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Coruscant Tec launches Anant Pai’s ‘Shiri’ comic strips on R-World

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MUMBAI: Mobile video clips are in vogue! Various services such as news, entertainment, sports and games can be accessed and what's more, Coruscant Tec has now launched videos of the Anant Pai comic entitled Shiri.

Shiri is a political satire and along with the Surabhi Foundation, Coruscant Tec will be showcasing its monuments, temples, places of interest, culture and people on the Reliance Infocomm network.

The Reliance subscribers can view interesting videos of the ancient Khajuraho Temple, Konark Temple, Golden Temple, Alleppey boat race, peeling of a coconut with fingernails in record time through R-World. The Surabhi videos will be accessible for Rs 7 per view. The video clips are a mix of religious sites, the unusual and places of interest. All clips are approximately 45 seconds long with a background musical score.

On the other hand, the Shiri comic strips are available for Rs 2 per view and are updated weekly.

“Today people explore their mobiles increasingly for entertainment combined with information and visuals. The videos from Surabhi foundation have exciting Indian monuments and places of religious interest, which are very appealing to people with traveling interests. At the same time, the Shiri comic strips will appeal to all age groups. We will continue to develop such innovative and exciting applications in the mobile content space,” said Coruscant Tec founder and MD Ajay Adiseshann.

Surabhi, a popular cultural show, which used to air on the DD network in the 90’s was anchored by Siddharth Kak and Renuka Shahane and is still regarded as the quintessential audiovisual archive of Indian culture and monuments.

R-World holds a wide range of applications, which includes TV news clips, ball-by-ball cricket score and other information, latest movie clips, city and TV guides, railway reservations, banking, bill payment and examination results.

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