Rajini to open Mahesh Babu’s multiplex in Hyderabad?

Rajini to open Mahesh Babu’s multiplex in Hyderabad?
Mahesh Babu (left) who played a mafia don in his commercial hit ‘Businessman’ way back in 2012, is all set to play a businessman in real life.
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Mahesh Babu is one star who has dedicated his life to his profession. The non-controversial, no-nonsensical man who is known for his integrity, has made huge success as a matinee idol not only in the Telugu States, but across south India. The actor who played a mafia don in his commercial hit ‘Businessman’ way back in 2012, is all set to play a businessman in real life.

Mahesh Babu, who already owns a production house G Mahesh Babu Entertainment Pvt Ltd, is getting ready to enter into film exhibition with his new multiplex in Hyderabad getting ready to be opened for public. Apparently undergoing a low phase in his career, Mahesh Babu, fondly known as ‘Prince’ among his millions of fans across the world, has entered into a tie-up with one of the popular exhibitors Asian Cinemas and christened his new joint venture as AMB Cinemas. 

Meanwhile, the social media is abuzz with reports that the multiplex will be inaugurated by none other than evergreen Indian hero Rajinikanth with his latest movie marvel 2.0, which is set for a November 29 release, being the first film to hit screens of AMB Cinemas. Originally it was planned to exhibit ‘Thugs of Hindoostan’ as the inaugural show, but for reasons not known, the decision was deferred.

The swanky multiplex has come up on the upscale suburbs of Gachibowli, against a sylvan backdrop, close to the Botanical Gardens. The dexterously and esthetically constructed edifice is said to have seven screens equipped with laser projector system. 

Hyderabadi film buffs are eagerly waiting for the big day.

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