Vuclip and Balaji to Deliver Bollywood Movies to Mobiles
An independent mobile video and media company Vuclip today announced a deal with Balaji Motion Pictures, a film studio in India. The film industry located in the Indian city Mumbai is loosely called Bollywood.
With this partnership, Vuclip viewers will be able to enjoy Balaji’s complete movie library including Main Tera Hero, Ragini MMS2, ShaadiKe Side Effects, and upcoming movies such as Kuku Mathur Ki Jhand Ho Gayi on their mobile phones.
The catalogue also includes bonus videos that are popular among Indians around the world such as back-stories, deleted scenes, and alternate endings.
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“We are delighted to partner with the famed movie studio Balaji Motion Pictures and enable millions of people to view on their mobile devices this exciting library of content,” said Nikhil Naik, director, Global Content and Distribution for Vuclip.
Vuclip’s smart adaptive bit rate streaming technology makes it smooth and enjoyable to view full-length movies and features on any mobile device regardless of network constraints, claims the company.
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To check out content from Balaji Motion Pictures, consumers may visit m.vuclip.com on any device and on any network or download the Vuclip App for iOS.
In addition to movies, the company says, consumers can now also access more than 1000 episodes of popular regional soap operas in Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu, significantly adding to the regional appeal of Vuclip.
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“Vuclip offers us tremendous reach that cuts across device types and great monetization with its unique approach to treating premium content as it should be,” said Sonika Bhasin, head of non-theatrical revenues, Balaji Motion Pictures.
Vuclip is headquartered in Milpitas, California with a presence in New Delhi, Mumbai, Singapore, Dubai, Beijing and Ottawa.
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