Attend the grandest Bash of the year with MOVIES NOW

MUMBAI: 2013 may have been tough, rough and downright exhausting for many but with the year coming to an end MOVIES NOW presents its MOVIES NOW party line-up December ? JINGLE ALL THE DAY- 25th December, starting 11.30 am onwards ? HIGH ON 2013- 31st December, starting 1 pm onwards viewers with an outlet for it all! Get loose and join the Christmas and New Year celebrations to be a part of the biggest bash on television till date!

Ending the festive season with Jingle all the day and High on 2013, MOVIES NOW has undoubtedly escalated the holiday fun with the most superlative line-up of the year.

Starting 11:30 am onwards on the 25th of December, Jingle All the Day will not only get you in the holiday mood but will also prove to be the biggest family entertainer. Featuring blockbusters for everyone from tots to teens, Jingle All the Day will showcase all-time favorites Baby’s Day Out, Alvin & The Chipmunks, Kung Fu Panda, Madagascar, Madagascar 2, Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, The Spiderwick Chronicles. So get set as Santa slides down the chimney with the biggest goodie bag of the season!

Making sure fans have a wild and crazy New Year and end the year on a High, MOVIES NOW brings its fans High on 2013. So rev the music and power-up your New Year fun with the hottest action blockbusters on the 31st December 2013, starting 1 pm onwards. Featuring Hangover, Final Destination, Fantastic Four – Rise of the Silver Surfer, Karate Kid, X Men First Class and Salt, the channel lines-up the bash of a lifetime!

This December, explore your wild side and join the party bash with the best of Hollywood only on MOVIES NOW – Hollywood in HD!

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