A man walks past movie posters on display at a multiplex cinema in Mumbai July 23, 2007. Not too long ago, watching a movie in India mostly meant standing in long lines for tickets to spend three hours in a stuffy hall with bug-infested seats, a creaky sound system and a screen sewn up to hide holes. Today, scores of multiplexes have mushroomed in cities across the country, bringing with them online or phone booking of tickets, perfumed auditoriums, plush bucket seats and state-of-the-art audio and projection systems. To match feature INDIA-MULTIPLEXES/ REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe (INDIA)
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