Interior Minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed on Friday inaugurated the first-ever drive-in cinema in Islamabad, located at F-9 Park according to Daily Pakistan.
The first-ever drive-in cinema in Islamabad, which is a project of the Capital Development Authority (CDA) in collaboration with Jazz, aims to provide recreational activity for moviegoers during the pandemic when theaters remain closed.
“I would like to congratulate Jazz, Activemedia, and CDA on bringing back a retro favorite to provide the masses entertainment during the new normal,” said Sheikh Rashid during the inauguration.
The drive-in cinema reportedly has a capacity of 200 cars carrying a maximum three people according to Associated Press of Pakistan (APP).
Futhermore, the organizers will reportedly charge Rs. 1,000 for each car at the drive-in cinema in Islamabad, which will offer two daily screenings on weekends (Friday, Saturday and Sunday).
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