A restaurant in Karachi is bringing back the drive-in cinema culture of 1980s
This drive-in cinema is open five days a week, from Monday to Friday.
A village restaurant near Avari Towers, Karachi is bringing back the drive-in cinema culture of the 1980s.
Karachi was once the hub of drive-in cinemas in the 1900s. These cinemas were everywhere in the city, including Shirin in Korangi and Kismet in Saddar.
However, now, this vintage cinema culture is making a comeback. In this village restaurant, you will also get to enjoy a barbecue, while simultaneously watching movies on the big screen.
The restaurant is practicing all the coronavirus SOPs as well. So, you can watch any movie you want without having to worry about the novel virus. This drive-in cinema is open five days a week, from Monday to Friday. The timings are from 5 pm to 10 pm. It plays old, classic movies like Charlie Chaplin, 3 Stooges, and Laurel & Hardy.
People are loving the comeback of this vintage cinema culture. You can watch movies, and eat food in the safety of your own car. This is also a great substitute for the current cinema culture during the pandemic.
Everyone who experienced the drive-in cinema fell in love with the experience. People want other cinema houses to do the same. Not only is this cinema helping people to re-live their old days, but it is also giving a chance to the newer generation to experience how things were in the 1900s.
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