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Star Movies to present 'Shrek 2' - a special Diwali extravaganza

Mumbai, October 25, 2005 - This Diwali, you're invited to 100 hours of non-stop entertainment, and with STAR MOVIES, you are assured of your front seat! It's an extravaganza with 100 Hours of Non-Stop Blockbusters that begins on Sunday, October 30, 2005 at 9:00 p.m. only on Star Movies. And as a special treat, don't forget to watch the premiere of the best-animated film the world has ever seen - Shrek 2, on Tuesday, November 1, 2005 at 9:00 p.m.

Watch Mike Myers as the lovable ogre Shrek, joined by an all-star cast including Cameron Diaz, Eddie Murphy, Antonio Banderas, Rupert Everett, John Lithgow, Jennifer Saunders, John Cleese and Julie Andrews in a film that broke records worldwide and surpassed all expectations. Shrek 2 was the first sequel nominated for an Oscar as Best Animated Feature and scored the biggest opening ever for an animated feature!

In this heart-warming and funny film, Shrek and Princess Fiona are living happily ever after…until Fiona's parents invite them to visit the castle in the kingdom of Far Far Away. Unaware that Fiona and Shrek are ogres, the king and queen are shocked to see them, and Shrek and his father-in-law disagree on everything from the start. To make matters worse, Fairy Godmother shows up to remind the king of a bargain they had made to have Fiona married to her son, Prince Charming. With the aid of Puss-in-Boots, the king decides to have Shrek eliminated. But Shrek and Donkey prove far smarter than he gives them credit for, and Prince Charming resorts to his own tactics to steal Fiona away from Shrek.

Star Movies will ensure that the fireworks will keep rolling with other highlights which include Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas, Paycheck, The Mummy, Bride and Prejudice, Pirates of the Caribbean, X2: X-Men United, Cold Mountain, Legally Blonde 2 and many more!

So, tune in to 100 Hours of Non-Stop Blockbusters on Sunday, October 30, 2005 on Star Movies for the biggest and the best movies on your screen! It's 100 hours of the best of Hollywood entertainment with the biggest blockbusters back-to-back in an event that's sure to leave you wanting more. Join the stars of Shrek 2 and a host of Hollywood's best for 100 hours of Diwali fun, only on Star Movies.



Star, a wholly-owned subsidiary of News Corporation, is Asia's leading multi-platform content and service provider. Star's over 40 distributed services in seven languages reach more than 300 million viewers across 53 Asian countries. Star television channels include Star Chinese Channel, Star Plus, Star World, Xing Kong, Vijay, Phoenix Chinese Channel, Channel [V], ESPN, Star Sports, Star Chinese Movies, Star Gold, Star Mandarin Movies, Star Movies, Phoenix Movies Channel, Star News, Phoenix InfoNews Channel, in addition to distributed channels National Geographic Channel, A1, The History Channel, Fox News and Sky News. Star has interests in cable systems in India and Taiwan. It also powers the launch of Total TV in Taiwan, Asia's first interactive digital cable TV services. In addition, it provides advertising sales and marketing services and is a key source of programming expertise for Radio City, the first FM radio network to launch in India.

For further information please contact:

In Mumbai

Zeenat Khan

Communications Department

STAR (India) Ltd.

Tel No. 91-22-56305555



Shiraz Bhavnani/ Nivedita Kamat

Vaishnavi Corporate Communications

Tel: 91-22-5656 8787

Fax: 91-22-5656 8788

Email: sbhavnani@vccpl.com / nkamat@vccpl.com

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