Soap boss to bring cinemas to rural areas
Viriya P. Singgih
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Movie exhibitor PT MVP Indonesia, owned by Indonesian soap opera baron Raam Punjabi, has decided to stand out from the crowd by establishing cinemas this year in small rural areas where they will face zero competition from big players.MVP, formerly known as PT Tripar Multivision Plus and famous for producing tear-jerking soap operas, plans to open five new cinemas with a total of 35 screens by yea...
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