PVR was disappointing
Finally we decided to experience the PVR THEATER , even though its a little far from us, and this time it was the movie 12th Fail - a thought-provoking movie based on some real life story that delves deep into self-discovery. The movie showcases how determination, hardship and honesty can help one achieve the goal, the Indian Police Service (IPS) or Civil Services Exam in this case. It's the toughest exam in the country for the premium job, but the preparation goes beyond the conventional educational system, and a failure in academics once, did not stop Manoj Kumar Sharma, the hero of the movie, to finally crack the IPS.
The movie has been running since October, but one of her friend suggested to take the kids and it was definitely a powerful delivery of conventional storytelling on screen, that did touch our hearts, but failed to appeal to the kids because of the simple reason that, the plot shown in the movie does not match to what the kids are living in.
The reason it touched me is that, I have gone through similar struggle when a good meal was luxury for us, and it took a year of hardship and determination to overcome that and get a job. But then our kids are into a different challenge, they have all resources available, and they don't need fortitude, instead, they need inspiration to utilize everything that we provide them and excel to achieve their goal. And as Parent, it's very important for us to make sure, there is no emotional breakdown, if they can't make to the top of their world. The struggles and triumphs of the character shown in movie, nowhere resembles to what they are about to face, so better to be realistic based on what we have.
Though the ambience in PVR is good, the experience was disappointing.
Since its the last five days of the holy month going on and we won't eat lunch outside, we had lunch at home and kids wanted to manage with Popcorn even though it was a bit expensive. But then it was not fresh and with much anger and dissatisfaction they could finish only half of that and were even asking me to go back and ask them for refund. I told them you should have checked, and politely asked for few to taste before you went for these big buckets. See, this is their their real life learning.
The seats do not have comfortable push back and you will have to spend some energy to push back and relax. Felt like they are some cheap set up there. We are definitely not going back again to PVR - this is probably the worst experience even though the cost is on higher side.
I couldn't still control myself for that Baskin Robinns small treat.
The food court did have some nice options, but then she won't eat anything, so we went to the shoppers stop shop that's only present in this mall. The boy was looking for a Cargo, but he could find only a very expensive Rare Rabbit Cargo, that he did not like.
This post will be part of my Google Review of PVR - a little hive marketing that we do.
Edit : Google review at https://maps.app.goo.gl/imKQcHTGNkutHTzv5