Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar on Sunday said he is thrilled that his recently released film “Belbottom” has been screened at a traveling cinema hall in Ladakh, which is touted as the world’s tallest mobile theatre.
Last week, Ladakh got its first inflatable cinema with a private company, Picturetime Digiplex, setting up theaters in the union territory. The company set up the theater at Leh and claimed it to be the world’s tallest theater set up at a height of 11,562 feet.
Kumar’s Bell bottomTheatrically released in the country on 19 August, was screened for Indian Army and CISF personnel on 22 August.
The actor described the mobile theater as “an amazing achievement” on Twitter.
“My heart fills with pride that Bellbottom was screened at the world’s tallest mobile theater in Leh, Ladakh. At a height of 11562 feet, the theater can operate at -28°C. What an amazing feat!” Kumar, 53, wrote alongside a picture of the cinema hall.
My heart fills with pride that Bellbottom was screened at the world’s tallest mobile theater in Leh, Ladakh. At an altitude of 11562 feet, the theater can operate at -28 °C. What an amazing achievement! pic.twitter.com/5ozbpkTCIb
— akshay kumar (@akshaykumar) August 29, 2021
Directed by Ranjit M Tiwari, Bellbottom also stars Lara Dutta, Huma Qureshi and Vaani Kapoor.
Stanzin Tankong’s Sekool, the acclaimed short film on the Changpa nomads of Ladakh, was screened at the theatre’s launch.