Working 365 days of the year to screen a mishmash of the latest and the greying (most of the times, in fact) films to avid Telugu movie buffs has been symptomatic of Sudha 70mm since it started. The first movie screened here was the Telugu matinee idol N T Rama Rao starrer "Mundhadugu", which was a massive success. Incidentally, the most recent movie (as we write this in July 2005), was "Narasimhudu
", starring NTR's grandson.
The cinema hall apparently hasn't undergone any transformation structurally since it started. The only changes that have happened are technical in nature - the 70mm screen, the DTS audio system, punching machines for the tickets, Georgia tea and coffee machines, four split A/Cs (switched on only when the balcony seats are full), and bigger batteries for attenders' torches.
The area of the theater is not very accomodative - there's barely sufficient space for parking. Sometimes, whenever there is a deluge of vehicles pouring in, you are asked to park your vehicle opposite the hall or adjacent to a nearby cafe and still pay for the parking charges, without being given the ticket.
The interiors are frail, with paintings of Lord Krishna with his gopikas on one wall and an unenthusiastic one of Adam and Eve on the opposite being the only adornments. Avoid both these - genuine artistry can be found in abundance elsewhere in this place. The loos with some puerile graffiti bear real testimony to Hyderabadi creativity!