BigFlix inks deal with UTV Motion Pictures for popular titles

01 Feb,2012

By A Correspondent


BigFlix, a part of Reliance Group’s digital entertainment business, on Tuesday announced a license deal between India’s first online movie-on-demand service – BigFlix plus and Studio UTV Motion Pictures to bring the best of UTV’s titles to movie buffs across India.


This deal will make available select blockbuster UTV titles to BigFlix plus subscribers to help them further expand their personal movie collection whilst simultaneously adding popular titles to their personal blockbuster theatre.


Jodhaa Akbar, Wake up Sid, Raajneeti, I Hate Luv Storys, No One Killed Jessica, Dev D, Udaan, Fashion, Race, and Kaminey amongst several others will now be available on BigFlix.


BigFlix plus subscribers can now enjoy these, and many more, movies from the UTV banner via a high quality movie viewing experience at their preferred time, sans advertisements, across all internet connected devices such as desktop, tablets, smartphones and connected TVs.


This deal gives audience access to their favourite films at their convenience and provides them with an ever-increasing bouquet of High Definition (HD) blockbuster movies.


“Pay per View (PPV) and Subscription Video on Demand (SVOD) options on internet platforms like BigFlix is a great way for audience to watch movies at their convenience. This is the one of our first internet deals inIndia. BigFlix is one of the first players in this space inIndiaand we are happy to have our movies available for their vast subscriber base,” said Amrita Pandey – Senior Vice President, International Distribution and Syndication, UTV Motion Pictures.


Commenting on the deal, Mr Pankaj Chandra, Chief Operating Officer(COO) – BigFlixs Pvt Ltd, said: “BigFlix plus is India’s first movie-on-demand subscription service, which offers an exhaustive choice of HD quality movies to the net savvy movie buffs in India, at their convenience, across all internet connected devices. It is our constant endeavour to equip consumers with latest blockbuster movies and our partnership with UTV is a step closer to enhance, strengthen and expand the VOD (Video on Demand) service inIndia. We are confident this partnership with UTV Motion pictures will add significantly to our movie offering.”



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