Liberty Cinema is an Art Deco 1200 seater single screen Movie theater in Mumbai , India. Since the cinema was built in 1947, the year of Indian Independence, its founder Habib Hoosein decided to name it "Liberty". Liberty screens Bollywood Hindi movies . David Vinnels and Brent Skelly describe Liberty Cinema as "an exquisite jewel box of rococo decoration enhanced by a coloured lighting scheme suggesting a fairyland far away from the bustle and tumult in the streets outside" in their bookBollywood Showplaces: Cinema Theatres in India. On the fifth floor of the Liberty Cinema building there is a small 30 seater hall, Liberty Mini. Decorated with art from the pre-independenceperiod, it is used for press previews and private screenings.]Liberty has been the location of movie premiers of several movies, such as Mughal-e-Azam (a 1960 hit Bollywood movie).Some movies have run at Liberty for a considerable period of time. Mother India, a Bollywood film ran for a whole year starting October 1957 at Liberty.Almost three decades later, Bollywoods most successful movie Hum Aapke Hain Kaun ran for 105 weeks in regular shows and 16 weeks in the matinee show in total from 1994 onwards at Liberty (completing its 100th week on the run in August 1996]). In total the film ran for 2341 shows in 847 days from its first run. To celebrate this, noted painter M F Husain put up a canvas from his series celebrating the Woman as 'Shakti' at the foyer of Liberty Cinema. This piece of art was based on the lead actress of the movie, Madhuri Dixit.With the entry of multiplex theaters in Mumbai which have been given tax breaks, single screen theaters like Liberty are finding it hard to do business.