The place is built ok but parking is huge problem to begin with. About 10 cars can park in front and all the two wheelers have to be parked on either side of the road. The first impression is the last impression so, be careful while getting into the Big Bazaar as the concrete slabs are uneven and the rains have added fun to it, as you step on one it might just splash some water, it happened with me today.
Now the inside, the same as any other store of the chain. 54000 sq feet is a good place for some walking around. Nothing very spectacular at the entrance or so. The goods are placed in a nice manner as it is normally done elsewhere. I did ask a couple of Belgaumites as to what they liked most they said nothing great but all is in one place and seeing all in one place for a Belgaumite in Belgaum is for the first time. I could see a host of college going students who used to sit in the canteen otherwise was using this new bazaar as their playground. Many school students were also seen inside in groups as the schools were left of early keeping in mind the Gansesha visarjan Procession. About the goods I cant comment all have seen elsewhere the same goods are here also. There was not much rush today being Tuesday also but I did find a lot of businessmen (including me) using their weekly holiday to see the new chap on the street.
It’s a new hangout and as its new to Belgaumites the new hangout will do good and brisk business for sure as anyone who goes in, even me for that instance came out buying a water seat.