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FTW: Double passes to see The Lunchbox at Classic Cinema

INDIAN smash-hit The Lunchbox will be screening at Classic Cinema and other select cinemas come July 10. Sol Ahn explains how you can grab one of five double passes to the hit film.

The Lunchbox has wowed critics and audiences around the world with its heartfelt romance and will be coming to Melbourne on July 10 across select cinemas.

The film tells the story of a lonely wife Ila (Nimrat Kaur) who sends letters to her husband by using India’s lunchbox delivery system. The young and beautiful wife is desperate to rekindle her romance with her husband but unfortuantely for her, her lunchbox is instead delivered to an older gentlemen, Saajan (Irrfan Khan).

Despite being strangers, where neither person sees the other face-to-face, the two strike up a rapport and begin to exchange notes with each other through the lunchbox deliveries. It is through their communication that Ila and Saajan share their loneliness, memories, regrets and small joys in life.

Those eager to catch The Lunchbox can catch the heartwarming movie at the Classic Cinema, located at 9 Gordon St, Elsternwick, just five minutes from St.Kilda. The establishment offers free parking to patrons as well, which will allow you you to enjoy movie without worrying about expensive parking fees!

Meld Magazine has five double passes to give away to our readers. For your chance to win a pass, enter our Rafflecopter competition below.

If you miss out on winning a pass, there’s always the Opening Night Gorumet Cinema event for the film at Classic Cinemas where the price of entry grants you a glass of beer/cider and Indian finger food provided by Tiffns Melbourne! 

The Lunchbox will open nationally across select cinemas from July 10.

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