When this theater screened its first film, the parking lot could hardly hold two cars. Why? Because at that time, the city had no more than twenty cars. Yep, Rajeshwar goes back all the way to 1921.
It was renovated in January 2003, and the results are pretty good - an air-cooled auditorium, couple seating, digital sound, and the works. What it lacks is the lobby - which was done away with to make space for that parking lot, which can now hold nearly fifty cars - and a decent canteen.
The most difficult part about catching a movie at Rajeshwar is the drive to get to it. With it being situated on Market Street, you can probably walk here faster, probably in half the time, if you park at the Secunderabad Railway Station. The theater normally screens Telugu films that are given an open run.
In all, not a bad place to be at, but you just might want something better.
Rajeshwar A/c (there is no A/c only hanging fans everywhere..)
According to the theater it is the first deluxe theater in twin cities and opened in 1939.
I wonder how architects of yester years lacks aesthetics..Balcony is has a way through narrowly builted steps..light falls directly onto the screen if you any of the door in the hall..no usher in the hall... no parking space...nothing at all