4 Nov – With the premiere of Priyanka Chopra's "Fashion" on 2 November 2008, it's now back-to-back Hindi movie fare every week at TGV CapSquare, as the location seeks to become a strong Indian cinema stronghold in Kuala Lumpur. Among the movies that have played here are "Hello", "Karz" and "Heroes", not to mention its strongest title yet "Singh Is Kinng", which was a runaway success with just two prints back in August.
"Fashion" is currently playing at only TGV CapSquare in Malaysia.
Before the show, Mohan Singh Sidhu, Chairman of the Network of International Sikh Entrepreneurs (NISE) gave a short speech and guests got a chance to win themselves the soundtrack CD for the movie with radio station THR personality Gina.
As a special bonus to its customers, TGV CapSquare has introduced a free parking system effective 1 November 2008. Customers need to present their parking ticket while purchasing any movie ticket at the box office counter to redeem their free parking.
Meanwhile, according to film distributor Sendi Mutiara, another Hindi movie, "EMI", will open this Friday at TGV CapSquare.
"Fashion" is currently playing only at TGV CapSquare.