Bollywood Toronto

Where to watch Bollywood movies in Toronto

Bollywood movies may not be a common sight at Toronto theatres like the Varsity or Scotiabank but it shouldn't come as a surprise to learn that the GTA still offers a handful of options for a movie-goer to get their Bollywood on. Here are some of the best places to watch Bollywood and other South Asian cinema in the city.

Albion Cinema, 1530 Albion Road, 416.742.3456
While the suburbs used to be home to many a strip mall cinema in the mid 90's, they have unfortunately fallen by the wayside. Luckily the Albion Cinema has picked up the reins in Etobicoke and really become a home away from home for Bollywood enthusiasts and families. The first place to go for new releases and while they also screen Tamil features, they often run subtitle-less.

Woodside Cinema, 1571 Sandhurst Circle, 416.299.3456
Woodside provides Scarborough residents with a location for Hindi, Punjabi as well as Tamil films. Once again, be sure to double check the show listings as some of the Tamil films screen without subtitles.

AMC Courtney Park, 110 Courtney Park Drive, 905.362.1234
This Mississauga theatre has all the comforts and snacks of a major movie chain - it shows regular Hollywood fare but also incorporates regular screenings of Bollywood films. Be sure to double check the listings for subtitles.

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