Jism 2 available on from 16 August

MUMBAI: has announced that its latest offering Jism 2, will be available to viewers from 16 August.

Jism 2, the film which hit theatres in India on 3 August, is positioned as the film to have boldly broken through India‘s stodgy old Victorian morals. Directed by Pooja Bhatt, the espionage thriller involves assassination, sex, intrigue and the surprise element of double jeopardy. The film, that stars Randeep Hooda, Arunoday Singh, marks the debut of Sunny Leone in Bollywood.

Said Reliance Entertainment Digital CEO Manish Agarwal, "At BIGFLIX, we are always working towards getting the audience exclusive content right from latest releases to timeless classics across different Indian languages. Through our tie up with Vishesh Films, we are happy to take Jism2 globally and will continue to offer world-class movie watching experience digitally on BIGFLIX."

In fact, Mahesh Bhatt compared his film to Italian romance drama Last Tango in Paris. Averred Bhatt, "The film has done well and it is our endeavor to reach the film to a larger populace. Platforms like BIGFLIX are ideal today to reach the young, net savvy generation across the globe. BIGFLIX as a service offers several comforts which makes movie viewing a theatre like experience. We are glad to be associated with BIGFLIX via Jism 2."

BIGFLIX will offer Jism 2 across tablets and smartphones.

Besides convenience, latest releases like Jism 2 with a nominal subscription fee of $4.99 per month, BIGFLIX offers an exhaustive library of more than 1000 films spanning across all Indian languages (Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, etc) and genres.

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