Lost The Plot is Pune’s only Rooftop Cinema & Bar. Our flagship outlet nestled on the terrace of Seasons Hotel in Aundh has a warm, quirky ambience, cosy seating and is completely open to the night sky. Join us for a sunset chai or infuse your post work drinks with happy hours and board games, stay back for dinner and a movie, or drop by for a midnight dessert run; our space is the perfect escape from our increasingly frantic, cubicle-d lives.
It gives us great joy to bring back a sense of nostalgia and discovery to your silver screen experience. We host premiers, screen classics, world cinema and new releases, independent and short films. Our big outdoor screen is complimented by top quality projection with individual wireless headphones for sound, so you can tune in or disconnect at your own pace. There are no neon exit signs that light up before their time, nor bored ushers urging you to leave. Instead there is a friendly environment, great offers on drinks, popcorn and casual conversation ranging from Kubrick’s greatest to Govinda’s most absurd hits!
Our goal is to bring intelligent movies to the Indian mainstream by creating a network of unique, independent screening spaces. As part of this endeavour we host meet-n-greet evenings with members of the film fraternity. Whether it was listening to Meghna Gulzar detail her research for Talvar or speaking with Nagesh Kukunoor at the premier of his film Dhanak, audiences at Lost The Plot have got first hand peeks into understanding the men and women behind the film machinery. We are honoured to have hosted a number of maverick independent filmmakers such as Pawan Kumar, Sandeep Mohan, Bedabrata Pain, Amit Masulkar as well as actors Ira Dubey, Rasika Duggal and Monica Dogra.
A film is an ecosystem of creativity and hard work, made with the vision, talent, skill, sweat and toil of many people – ranging from directors to spot boys. Lost The Plot applauds this sheer mobilisation of human potential that producing a film requires. We want to create platforms not just for filmmakers, but the artistic community as a whole, whose health we believe is integral to the existence of good cinema. Ours is a space where like-minded people can meet, try new things, share and build on their ideas by collaborating with others. We also let out the venue to different groups looking for a more casual, out of the box space to host talks, workshops and conferences. Check out what the various groups and communities that call Lost The Plot their own are up to.
While cinema, music, theatre and the arts pique our imagination and satisfy our higher senses, good food, instinctive and carnal in its appeal, can stir the soul. Our cine-grub menu, filled with bar bites, quick eats and hearty comfort food has been designed to do just that. After much experimentation and research by our dedicated kitchen team in consultation with Chef Gayatri Desai of Mortar & Pestle, we’ve developed our own in house recipes, spices and sauces to bring you flavourful, fun and authentic dishes from India and abroad. Come try a new twist to an old favourite, or perhaps let your taste buds experience something completely foreign – each item has been crafted with care and skill.
So whether it’s a night out with your mates, date night with your better half or you’re simply looking for something different, Lost The Plot has something for everyone. To check out our full menu, do visit our Zomato page and if we’ve already made your tummy smile, don’t forget to leave us a review!