BookMyShow Stream announces new line-up for April

NEW DELHI: Transaction video-on-demand service BookMyShow Stream has announced a new line-up for April including Will Smith-controlled King Richardthe sports biography based on the lives of tennis superstars Venus and Serena Williams, Dutch drama, Eastdirected by Jim Taihuttu and the animated title Sing 2in addition to BookMyShow Stream originals including, The murder of JFKa story about the infamous assassination of a former president of the United States, a crime drama, Dalglieshadapted from PD James’ best-selling novel series Adam Dalgliesh and mysterious thriller, Dark forests.

The BookMyShow Library, which also includes titles such as Christopher Nolans TenetGal Gadot actor Wonder Woman 1984horror-fantasy The Craft: Legacy and Russian science fiction thriller Coma, available for rent and buy for prices between Rs. 40 and Rs. 600 depending on movie. A movie for rent is available for 30 days and once it has started, it must be seen within 48 hours, while a title can be purchased for six months or even longer.

Launched with 600 movie titles in February last year, BookMyShow’s TVoD (transaction video-on-demand) service offers a range of Hollywood, Hindi and independent and foreign movies in collaboration with US studios, such as Sony Pictures, Warner Bros. and Universal Pictures, Indian production houses, such as Viacom18, Shemaroo and Rajshri Productions, as well as regional content providers, such as Divo and Sillymonks, among others.

It is available for viewing on BookMyShow’s mobile app and website, as well as Apple TV, Android TV, Firestick, Chromecast and desktop browsers. BookMyShow Stream allows users to experience features such as downloads and offline viewing.

In August last year, the service premiered its first original Hindi film, a family entertainer named Oj Mamu! with Ruslaan Mumtaz and Gulshan Grover, in addition to films such as Space Jam: A New Legacy, Becky, How To Make Out, On A Magical Night, Jiu-Jitsuand Extremely vicious, shockingly evil and disgusting. In December, it was announced that TV series in English, Spanish, French and German would be added to its catalog.

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