- PVR stands for Priya Village Roadshow
- PVR operates almost 603 screens in 51 cities
NEW DELHI: Cinema is known to offer a good medium for entertainment. It is one of the wonders of the present age and there may be hardly any person who is not fond of the film. Watching a movie with friends and family at the theatre can always relieve you of all the stress and strain that one goes through every day.
So, when we talk about cinemas, the name PVR (Priya Village Roadshow) can’t be missed by any chance. PVR Cinemas film entertainment company has given new dimensions to the way; movies are displayed in the theatres. Today, PVR cinemas are a synonym for quality and excellence. The visual and sound quality is unbeatable at PVR theatres. Since its inception in 1997, the company has acquired Cinemax and DT Cinemas. Currently, PVR operates almost 603 screens in 51 cities.
But in between all this, did you ever notice the mystery hidden behind the seating charts. Yes, there is some vagueness in it. The row “I” and “O” are always missing in the PVR theaters. The rest of the row goes as per the alphabetical order. Although, we don’t expect any chance of lapse from such a seasoned company but there may be some sort of logic or superstition related to it.
You can take a look at the below image to authenticate the claims.
The reason goes behind this puzzle is that the letter “I” and “O” resembles numeric “1” and “0”. So, to put an end to any confusion related to seating space, PVR Cinemas has struck these two letters from there seating rows. We bet, you are going to check it yourself.