This Diwali, Junior Kuppanna is set to ignite the festive spirit with a celebration that blends the magic of cinema with the richness of flavor. As we proudly join hands with the producers of Karthi’s 25th film, “Japan,” our excitement knows no bounds.
A Cinematic Touch to Dining
Next three days , you’ll find our 400-strong staff, across all 20 outlets, donning special actor Karthi face masks. Picture this: a unique blend of the silver screen right at your table, creating an ambiance that’s both festive and cinematic.
Japan Chicken Extravaganza
But wait, there’s more! As a token of our appreciation for your role in this cinematic journey, we’re offering a complimentary serving of our signature Japan Chicken to anyone who presents a ticket stub from Karthi’s “Japan.” It’s our way of saying thank you for being a part of this special occasion.
Watch Japan, Eat Japan Chicken
Spread the excitement with our tagline: “Watch Japan at the Theatre, Eat Japan Chicken for Free at Junior Kuppanna.” It’s not just a movie; it’s a culinary experience that lingers on your taste buds.
Join the Celebration
Step into any Junior Kuppanna outlet to experience the enchantment of cinema and savor the distinctive taste of Japan Chicken. We’re not just serving food; we’re creating memories.
Making Diwali Memorable
As the lights of Diwali illuminate our hearts, let’s come together to celebrate the magic of cinema, the joy of good food, and the spirit of togetherness. Junior Kuppanna eagerly anticipates the pleasure of serving you and making your Diwali celebrations truly memorable.
Culinary Support for Karthi’s ‘Japan’
In a show of unwavering support for Karthi’s 25th film, our 20 outlets and 400 dedicated employees are stepping up for the next three days. Adorned in Karthi face masks, our staff is ready to serve you with cinematic flair, ensuring that the celebration extends beyond the screens.
Join us in this culinary journey, where each dish is crafted with love and served with a touch of cinematic magic. Together, let’s make this Diwali unforgettable in the spirit of Karthi’s ‘Japan.’