Cinema beneath a bridge helps Delhi's poor unwind, escape drudgery. Delhi's rickshaw pullers, labourers and junk dealers find comfort in makeshift cinema hall under British-era bridge. Under the 140-year-old double storied bridge, makeshift cinema hall showcases four films per day.
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The old bridge on the banks of river Yamuna helps poor rickshaw pullers and migrant labourers of New Delhi unwind and temporarily escape into a world of Bollywood.
Organisers pooled money together to rent an old television set along with a VCD player.They charge 10 rupees admission - a hundredth of the price of entry at Delhi's fanciest movie theatres.