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Eros Now lines up 33 film premieres, 13 originals in over 8 languages

Bollywood actors Ayushmann Khurrana and Kartik Aaryan on Friday introduced the upcoming slate announced by streaming

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Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  12 Dec 2020 3:41 AM GMT

Bollywood actors Ayushmann Khurrana and Kartik Aaryan on Friday introduced the upcoming slate announced by streaming service Eros Now, which will have 46 stories — 33 film premieres and 13 originals in over eight languages. The actors also took to their social media accounts to announce the news.

Defining their slate as #KahaaniHarRangKi, the streaming service has announced these stories that spread across numerous genres, languages, and narratives.

A galaxy of big names will feature in these releases, including RajkummarRao, NawazuddinSiddiqui, Vikrant Massey, AkshayeKhanna, RanvirShorey, AmitSadh, DulquerSalmaan, Mahesh Manjrekar,,RituparnaSengupta, Mammootty, SonaliKulkarni, and RohiniHattangadi.

#KahaaniHarRangKi will offer original series such as "Pyaar", "Salt City", "Metro Park 2", "754", "The Swap", "Flipkart", "7 Kadam" amongst others.

Original films in the list include "The Last Rave", "Roam Rome Main", and "Switch" to name a few, while premieres across regional languages will consist of titles such as "Boxer", "OruYamandanPremakadha", "Bidhrohini", and "Kesari". The slate will also feature 30 quickies, and 10 short films.

"India is witnessing significant demand growth driven by the digital shift and the consumer's desire to watch programming in different formats and their preferred language. This amazing slate will deepen our connection with the audience and offers entertainment like never before," Commenting on the upcoming Eros slate, RidhimaLulla, Chief Content Officer, Eros Group said. (IANS)

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