For the first time, people of Navi Mumbai are set for a unique movie night experience at their favorite Seawoods Grand Central Mall. SGC, known for its ‘Out of the Box’ ways of consumer engagement, is all set to soar entertainment experience to new heights with ‘Movie Night’.
Popular Hollywood movie ‘Top Gun’, featuring the all time legend Tom Cruise, will be viewed on a 30ft giant LED screen on 24th February at 10 PM. Guests will be treated to one of the most convenient ways of movie watching – relaxing on a bean bag. The entire set up will be developed at the mall atrium.
To make Movie Nights a holistic experience, there are several prizes and contests which will be hosted during the screening of the movie. ‘Top Gun’ shall be the theme for both these contests, where people in thematic dresses will stand a chance to win exciting vouchers. SGC will also play a quiz to test the knowledge of the patrons about this old classic.
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