Kitnebaje Revamps And Proposes The Launch Of Its Novel Service - The Leisure Planner

Kolkata, India (PressExposure) March 02, 2009 -- After a metamorphosis, Kitnebaje is back with a bang! An overall uplift, easy navigation, new features, must-use services and customized local searches for users together take the term user-friendly and service to an all new level.

Initially Kitnebaje featured only movie show timings at multiplexes and local theatres in several cities and cited information about restaurants.

But Siddharth Goyal, founder of Kitnebaje soon realized something was amiss. He found users were not satisfied with the page resulting in bounce out. According to him, "Visitors were looking for something more and I decided Kitnebaje must cover that extra mile". The result is makeover of the pages, an improvised user search experience, optimization of website for search engine users and finally coming soon, the Leisure Planner (LTP)- a unique concept that proposes to provide all users a hassle-free mode of planning their two most common leisure activities- movies and restaurants/eat-outs.

Once implemented users can easily check for ticket availability in multiplexes and local theatres, narrow down to the screen of their choice AND book tickets online! While at it, they can also reserve tables at their favorite restaurant online, for a pre/post movie meal! As a member said, "now I have a solid reason to stick to Kitnebaje, its going to save all that time I spend trying to get tickets or find a table in restaurants at peak hour".

With all its promises of "making moments of joy, even more enjoyable", Kitnebaje's new makeover is surely one to look forward to.


Kitnebaje is the flagship product of Time Vision Infotech with a purpose of facilitating a complete dining and movie experience for its users. It covers local movie theater showtimes [] in as many as 10 cities- Kolkata, Bengaluru, Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Noida, Hyderabad and Gurgaon.

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Press Release Submitted On: March 02, 2009 at 12:43 am
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