Movie, KFC & Ice Creams At Lulu Mall

Yesterday I finally went back to Lulu Mall again and my first movie in a theatre in well over 2 months. The last one was Justice League in November! That just won’t do. So anyway, back on Feb 1st we knew that Black Panther would be releasing in Lulu PVR theatres on the 16th. My cousin Sujith, who is my usual movie going companion, and I had agreed to go and watch the film together if he had Saturday off (his work, though in the same company, gives him rotating days off while mine is Sat/Sun fixed).

So after leaving from the office at almost 5am on Saturday morning I came home and watched tv for a bit and then slept till 11pm. I woke up and had a bit to eat and then downed some coffee to wake me up. I ironed my shirt by 1:30 pm, shaved and took a shower and left home by 2:30 pm. I reached Lulu Mall by 3pm just in time to have a quick small chicken kebab wrap for lunch and a Sprite at McDonalds in Lulu Mall. Sujith joined me at a quarter past 3 and he drank a coke and we waited till 20 minutes to 4pm.

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After that we quickly ensured that we don’t get bothered during the movie by visiting the loo and then went to the theatre, showed the booked tickets on my phone and talked till 5 minutes before 4pm where we ordered some popcorn and 7ups and went inside to relax on the big recliners. We got our drinks and snacks brought to us post the playing of the national anthem and then settled in to enjoy the movie.

Post the movie we walked around the large top floor and settled on KFC for an early dinner. Sujith said it’s been ages since he had been to one and the last time we tried going to the KFC restaurant in Lulu Mall there was a huge crowd there. This time it was a decent size crowd and we managed to get to the counter in 10 minutes. We ordered a 6 piece bucket that also comes with French fries and we got Pepsis. We chatted and ate our fries and chicken and drank the cola as we chatted about the movie. After that we had ice creams from Baskin n Robbins and then left for our homes.

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