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DDLJ 26 Years Maratha Mandir
DDLJ 26 Years Maratha Mandir

This is a list of movie theatres in the city of Mumbai, India. Mumbai has long been associated with films, with the first film being displayed here in 1896 by the Lumière Brothers.[1]It thereafter became the centre of India's Hindi and Marathi language film industries, with the former often dubbed as Bollywood. The first cinema opened in 1913.[2]Mumbai has many cinemas catering to a large and polyglot population. Cinemas often serve as major landmarks in the city and define the neighbourhood. Most of the cinemas in the city are one-screen halls, but in recent times these have been giving way to large multiplexes.

Recently some cinemas, (often interchangeably called "theatres") have been forced to shut shop due to the high entertainment tax (which stands at 55%), that results in huge losses. Since 2000, 50 cinemas have shut down in the city. Mumbai is known for its entertainment industry so there are a lot of cinemas. Such One Example is Maratha Mandir which is known for playing Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge for almost 26 years[3]being a single screen cinema and Multiplexes. There are also IMAX venues, namely BIG Cinemas, PVR Cinemas, Cinépolis IMAX in Thane.

Single-screen theatres

Cinema Location Ref.
Woodland Cinemas Virar (W)
Roxy Cinemas Charni Road
Premiere Gold Dongri
Plaza Cinema Dadar
Maratha Mandir Mumbai Central
Kasturba Cinema Malad
K K Cinema Kamothe
Gopi Cinema Dombivali
Citylight Cinema Mahim
Anand Cinema Thane
Anand Cinema Thane (Old)
Capitol Cinema Fort
Alfred Theatre Grant Road
Imperial Cinema Grant Road
Royal Talkies Grant Road
Edward Dhobi Talao
Daulat Talkies Grant Road
New Roshan Talkies Grant Road
Gulshan Theatre Grant Road
Eros Churchgate
Liberty Churchgate
Nishaat Cinema Grant Road


Cinema Location Ref.
E-Square Bahar Cinema, Vile Parle (E)
PVR Sona Shopping Center, Kandivali(W) [4][5][6][7]
Orion Mall, Panvel
Mira Road
Milap, Kandivali (W)
Market City, Kurla (Premiere)
Luxe Phoenix Palladium, Lower Parel, Mumbai
Luxe, Market City, Kurla
Lodha Xperia, Palava
Le Reve- Globus Mall, Bandra West
Infiniti, Malad
Haseen, Bhiwandi
Growel, Kandivali (E)
Goregaon, (W)
Dynamix, Juhu
City mall, Andheri (W)
ICON Phoenix Palladium, Lower Parel, Mumbai
ICON Oberoi Mall, Goregaon
Luxe, Infiniti, Andheri, (W)
ICON Infiniti, Andheri (W)
The Loft - Luxe, Jio World Drive, BKC (Maison PVR)
Living Room - Luxe, Jio World Drive, BKC (Maison PVR)
Library Hall, Jio World Drive, BKC, (Maison PVR)
Jio Drive - in Theatre Jio World Drive
Cinemax: Wonder Mall, Thane
Cinemax Kalyan
Cinemax Enternity Mall, Thane
INOX Metro INOX, Marine Lines [8][9][10]
Thakur Movie, Kandivali (E)
Thakur Mall, Dahisar
Raghuleela Mall, Vashi
Raghuleela Mall, Kandivali (W)
R-City, Ghatkopar
Palm Beach Galleria Mall, Navi Mumbai
Neelyog, Ghatkopar (E)
Nakshatra Mall, Dadar (W)
Metro Mall Junction, Kalyan (E)
Megaplex Inorbit Mall, Malad
Korum Mall, Eastern Express Highway, Thane
Insignia at R Mall Thane
Insignia at Atria Mall, Worli
Glomax Mall, Kharghar
Laserplex :CR2 Nariman Point
Miraj Cinemas V Cinemas, Dombivali
Thakur Cinemas, Kandivali (E)
Fun Fiesta Cinemas, Nallasopara
Dattani Cinemas, Vasai
Gineraj Cinemas, Panvel
Funcity, Ulhasnagar
Star, Ambarnath
Anupam Cinemas, Goregaon (E)
Ashok Anil Multiplex, Miraj Cinemas, Ullasnagar
Big Cinemas Carnival Sangam, Andheri
R Mall, Mulund
Carnival Movistar, Goregaon
Carnival Little World mall, Kharghar
Carnival KT, Vasai
Carnival IMAX, Wadala
Carnival Huma, Kanjurmarg
Carnival Dream Mall, Vasai
Carnival Annex Mall, Borivali
Carnival SM5, Kalyan
Carnival Harmony Mall, Oshiwara
Carnival IMAX Screen, Wadala
Cinépolis Cinema Star : High Street Mall, Thane
Fun Republic Mall, Andheri (W)
Magnet Mall, Bhandup (W)
Seawoods Grand Central, Navi Mumbai
VIP Viviana Mall, Thane
Mukta A2 Cinemas Topiwala, Goregaon [11][12][13]
New Excelsior, Fort
Jai Hindi, LalBaugh
Suncity, Vile Parle
Orion, Santacruz
Gold Cinema Sona, Borivali (E) [14]
Gold Cinema, Santacruz (W)
Gold Cinema, Malad Malvani
Gold Cinema, Dadar (E)
Gold Cinema, Shivaji Road, Thane
MovieTime Cinemas The Hub, Goregaon
Movie Time, Malad
Movie Time, Dahisar (E)
Suburbia, Bandra (W)
Star City, Matunga (W)
Cubic Mall, Chembur
Maxus Cinemas Sakinaka
Borivali (W)
Balaji Movieplex Kopar Khairane
Bharat Cineplex Kurla (W)
Fun Square Cinema Sanpada
G7 Multiplex Bandra (W)
K Movie star Multiplex Vasai (W)
Movie Max Cinema Virar (E)
Rassaz Multiplex Mira Road
Sterling Cineplex Fort
Rockstar Nova Cinemaz Virar
Tilak Cineplex Dombivali


Cinema Location Ref.
Cinépolis Viviana Mall, Thane West (4DX) [15]
PVR Phoenix Market City, Kurla (4DX) [16]
Cinemax, Infiniti Mall, Malad 4DX
INOX Inorbit Mall, Malad (4DX) [17]


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  2. ^ "It was on May 3, 1913 when founder of Indian film industry Dadasaheb Phalke screened the first movie Raja Harishchandra at Coronation theatre in Mumbai". timesofindia.Indiatimes.com. 4 April 2012.
  3. ^ "'Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge' isn't going anywhere: Will continue at Maratha Mandir from October 22". timesofindia.Indiatimes.com. 20 October 2021.
  4. ^ "Introducing Mumbai's biggest 7 screen all Digital multiplex". business-standard.com. 29 January 2013.
  5. ^ "PVR opens 5-screen multiplex in Panvel, increases pan-India presence". economictimes.indiatimes.com. 25 May 2016.
  6. ^ "PVR to operate, manage Jio Drive-In Theatre in Mumbai". business-standard.com. 6 November 2021.
  7. ^ "PVR LUXE redefining the silver screen experience". economictimes.indiatimes.com. 13 May 2019.
  8. ^ "INOX Megaplex at Mumbai's Inorbit Mall offers a unique experience with India's first ScreenX". economictimes.indiatimes.com. 16 December 2021.
  9. ^ "After PVR, Inox launches India's second cinema LED screen in Mumbai". business-standard.com. 6 December 2018.
  10. ^ "Mumbai's Metro Inox Is Back With A Fabulous 2.0 Version". luxurylaunches.com. 16 November 2017.
  11. ^ "Mukta Arts launches newly acquired Suncity Multiplex". business-standard.com. 15 June 2018.
  12. ^ "Mukta A2 Cinemas launches its latest property, Orion". cinestaan.com. 8 August 2019.
  13. ^ "Hope for Mumbai's single screen cinemas after New Excelsior gets a shiny makeover". scroll.in. 10 February 2017.
  14. ^ "Hindmata hall gets a digital makeover, to open on June 28". indianexpress.com. 26 June 2014.
  15. ^ "Cinepolis launches India's first 4DX movie screen". business-standard.com. 21 November 2014.
  16. ^ "PVR launches first 4DX screen in Bengaluru, Mumbai". business-standard.com. 9 June 2017.
  17. ^ "First MX4D theatre opens at INOX at Inorbit Mall in Mumbai's Malad". business-standard.com. 2 April 2019.