Easily the most popular entertainment center for inhabitants around the Kapra municipality, Radhika 70mm is also the oldest. Established 25 years ago, this cinema hall boasts of housing the latest equipment in film technology. Xenon lamps from the US, hi-tech A/Cs from Japan and an unwavering selection of the latest Telugu flicks is what it offers you for the paltry dough you pay.
Unlike most Hyderabadi theaters, Radhika is encircled by fake Irani cafes (the chai is nauseating), telephone booths, tiffin centers (the standing types), auto-stands, a couple of black-ticketeers if the house is full etc. The parking space is enormous, and can easily harbor scores of vehicles including lorries (trust me, lorry drivers do park their vehicles inside the premises while in the hall!).
The interiors, though not very catchy, do seem lambent - the foyer has crimson-red spittoons and orangish chairs (mostly occupied by smokers), apart from a few movie posters that articulate its walls. Other essentialities such as the loos (sparkling yellow), the seats and the staff are accomodating and accessible. What could leave you unsettled, though, are the untimely power cuts that love to make a guest appearance.