Bangalore stages numerous plays and has multiplexes for the movies. The city has been creative enough to increase the entertainment quotient day by day. Be it concerts, plays, movies, nightlife, marathons, art and fest, Bangalore has stood up to the mark. The Regional films are mostly preferred by the audiences as it is easily available and is also of good quality. As a result, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Hindi and English films are mostly scheduled by the multiplexes. The city has a mixed population which is a also a major reason for the cinema halls to be crowded.
Bangalore will no longer stick only to these regional films, but will expand to regional languages as well. The Bengali and Bhojpuri movies will also be entertained. Naya Pata is the first Bhojpuri movie, which the Bangalore audience will be watching in the multiplexes. The film is directed by K shrivastava and the release took place on June 27, 2014. It was screened by PVR Cinemas. The movie captures an emotional insight of migration and its ill effects. It’s a real life narration which took place in Bihar, when a sugar factory was shut down, leaving the villagers penniless and option less. The movie talks about the impacts on the life of villagers and how they were forced to migrate to other cities for their livelihood.
The movie is scheduled at 10.00 pm in the cinema halls. Though it is a low budget film, the response so far has been very encouraging. This Rs 11 lakh film will definitely be preferred by the city audience, as it is a story of every individual and people can relate to themselves. Watch the movies at your nearest Cinema Theatres and do share your experience with us.