With several movies shown in a day, and tickets priced at RM10 for weekdays and RM18 for weekends, it was truly the rakyat’s cinema. Aside from the movies, there were also beer gardens, flea markets, food carts, and band performances.
Before going on hiatus, in 2014, Starlight Cinema took over the Bukit Kiara Equestrian Club Paintball Field and saw record-breaking audience attendance.
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