The only prerogative where this 35mm falls short of the big brother 70mm is in the screen. The rest is all right up there. Same old stench, same old stain-toothed lechers and same old crowded lane. But it also shares the good parts of the big brother.
Since we've said good parts, let's dissect these. Like the 70mm, Raghavendra 35mm is also spacious. And the seats have been made to be quite comfortable though you cannot exactly fall asleep in them. That's because your neighbor would then mistake you for a spittoon and do stuff to your white kurta that won't really flatter you.
35mms usually make up for the lack of a great screen by the presence of great acoustics. Usually
was the key there. But to be fair, the sound system here isn't a let down. It's just that it isn't as classy as that of the other giants.
Raghavendra 35mm generally screens the latest Telugu and Hindi movies. If there aren't many places that you think you could get the tickets for a movie, or if you happen to live in and around Malkajgiri and Neredmet, this should do just fine.Also read: Raghavendra 70mm