Category: Entertainment

These startups make stars reach out on your special day, at a price

Do you want a celebrity to wish you or your loved ones on important occasions? A dedicated set of startups — Tring, Wysh, YoShot, and Celebrify, to name a few — are helping fans, mainly from small towns and cities, connect directly with their favorite television and regional movie stars. These include direct messages from celebrities on Instagram,

Netflix India is offering the first month at just Rs 5

Netflix is testing a new offer where users in India can get the first month at just Rs 5. Yes, you read that right. Netflix users who are subscribing to the streaming service can get the first month for Rs 5. This offer is however not available for all users. Only those who subscribe to

Amazon Prime Video to focus on content in regional languages

Amazon Prime Video India will roll out a bouquet of regional originals as it looks to cater to a diverse set of audiences who are already being courted by a clutch of other over-the-top (OTT) players. Prime Video, which is currently developing Tamil and Telugu originals, is “hopeful” that regional originals will start appearing during the

Airtel discontinues free Netflix benefit from broadband and postpaid plans

Following the disruption caused by Reliance Jio, Airtel had upgraded its plans to offer freebies like Amazon Prime membership and Netflix subscription. However, in a recent move, the telecom giant has discontinued the complimentary Netflix benefit from all its plans, including Xstream Fiber broadband plans and postpaid packs. However, some rivals still continue to offer free Netflix access to attract subscribers.

PVR Cinemas to Offer Free Movie Tickets Each Week With Mubi Go

Want to watch a free movie at PVR Cinemas every week? You’re in luck. PVR Cinemas and curated streaming service Mubi — a recent entrant in India — have partnered to launch Mubi Go, a new app that offers a complimentary ticket to Mubi subscribers to watch a new hand-picked film at any PVR Cinemas

Soon you will get ‘in-flight entertainment’ in trains

After Wi-Fi connectivity, the Indian Railways is now looking at providing Content on Demand (CoD) service in trains as well at railway stations by 2022. Content such as movies, shows, educational programs etc. will be made available both in paid and unpaid formats. With this the Indian Railways is looking at generating more non-fare revenue.

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