ŠKODA Presents Supermoon Drive-In Movie Experience from the Safety of Your Car
by EVENTFAQS Bureau Entertainment | September 30, 2020 | Promo Feature
Zee LIVE ŠKODA Supermoon
Here comes India’s largest drive-in movie experience with the preview of two fascinating movies with stellar star casts. For all movie-buffs who have been missing the excitement of catching the newest releases, Zee Live, in partnership with Zee Studios, is launching India’s largest drive-in movie experience.
The ŠKODA Presents ‘Supermoon Drive-in’ will host the preview of Ishaan Khatter and Ananya Panday starrer ‘KhaaliPeeli’ and Vijay Sethupathi and Aishwarya Rajesh starrer ‘Ka PaeRanasingam’ at Phoenix Marketcity, Whitefield, Bengaluru and the preview of ‘KhaaliPeeli’ at Backyard Sports Club in Gurgaon, Sector 59 from October 2-4. ‘Supermoon Drive-in’ presented by ŠKODA will feature 10 shows over the three days in Gurgaon and Bangalore.
People can visit the drive-in with friends and family and experience the screening of a latest movie from the safety and comfort of their cars. The drive-in will also have a contactless ticketing process along with F&B to ensure a safe environment for the audience along with the global standards of safety and hygiene. Tickets are available on BookMyShow and Insider.com.
Speaking on the preview of ‘Khaali Peeli’, actor Ananya Panday said, “It has been an exciting journey for me working with a dynamic team and I am thrilled to bring our audience the quirky story of Pooja and Blackie's relationship. I completely enjoyed embodying the character of Pooja in this action-romance film and I hope the audience also gives it as much love as we have given it while filming. For all those who have been missing the authentic movie experience, drive-in is a great format which takes care of their safety, comfort and their weekend dose of drama entertainment.”
‘Supermoon Drive-in’ presented by ŠKODA will feature 10 shows over three days from October 2-4 in two cities, Gurgaon and Bangalore, for all movie-buffs who have been missing the excitement of movies.