Sandwiched between the two sumo weights of Telugu cinema halls, Sudarshan 35mm was almost invisible when it started out. But just like the sutra that keeps 80% of men alive, it's not the size that matters, it's how you use it. In a matter of just months, the hall won a repute of being better than the bigger ones. Till today, that reputation remains doubtfully intact.
One thing is for sure - Sudarshan 35mm has arguably the best DTS in town. Watching a thriller there can scare you to eternity. A great chance to let your sugar-pie bury her face in your shoulder.
Another notable deviation of the place from the theaters at the crossroads, is the lack of a balcony. Actually the demarcation of the seats is done by barricades (sort of) rather than any other construction. This allows a 50 rupees guy to learn hooting from the 10 rupees guys by mere observation.
The hall has one of the best snack-bars of the cross-roads. The popcorn stand cannot be missed at any cost. The flavored popcorn in itself is a trip worth to the hall. The only other place where you get such sinfully tempting flavoured popcorn is at Venkataramana
The cleanliness can sometimes be of a little concern, but it isn't anywhere near the tolerance-intolerance border. So the next time you want to watch a movie, come this way. Sundarshan 35mm hardly ever disappoints.