Reliance Group�۪s Digital Entertainment’s BIGFLIX, India�۪s first Movie on Demand service, has launched in the UK.
BIGFLIX allows film loving Indians across the world to stream DVD Quality catalogue of over 500 movies at a subscription fee across devices.
With the launch of BIGFLIX in UK, South Asian diaspora can now catch up on the Latest Indian releases and Rich catalogue of over 500 blockbusters spanning across 8 major languages (Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Bengali, Kannada, Malayalam & Punjabi) and all genres of romance, drama, action and comedy. The entire catalogue is available in DVD quality print at a small subscription fee of �3.99 per month for unlimited streaming.
With this subscription on BIGFLIX one can watch recently released erotic thriller ‘Hate Story’. The film is directed by renowned Indian director Vikram Bhatt and stars Paoli Dam, Nikhil Dwivedi and Gulshan Devaiya. ‘Hate Story’ is exclusively available on BIGFLIX.
On BIGFLIX�۪s launch Sandeep Mehra Head of Content and Distribution, BIGFLIX ��� Subsidiary Reliance Entertainment said ��� ���Movies are an integral part of an Indian�۪s life. The aim of BIGFLIX is to showcase latest Bollywood movies of good quality print at an economical price. Now all the South Asians settled abroad can stream full movies at extremely affordable price. They don�۪t have to resort to bad quality print or piracy anymore.�
Adding further he said, ���BIGFLIX provides a platform for Indian movies that don�۪t release outside India, to reach out to South Asian audiences in legal manner.�
Vikram Bhatt, Producer of ‘Hate Story’ said ��� “Hate Story is India�۪s first Erotic Thriller, where the protagonist seeks vengeance and uses her sexuality as a weapon to settle scores with the wrong-doers.�
Vikram added, ���In spite of having a large base of audience internationally more than half of the Bollywood films do not release internationally. With BIGFLIX, now all the Indian movies will get a chance to reach out to international audience, who till were totally dependent on piracy and extremely bad quality prints.”