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Live it up with Romedy NOW this July

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MUMBAI: Here’s the best way to jumpstart July and keep the pace going without a moment’s rest. There’s the very best of love and laughter in store for you throughout the month that will keep you coming back to Romedy NOW, the exclusive English General Entertainment channel, for

more and more. Catch the handpicked series and movies lined up just for you!



With the world’s most popular series that has its fans asking for more, don’t miss your daily dose of F.R.I.E.N.D.S., Monday – Thursday at 8 -9 PM. Catch the regular antics of Skip who lives at the most influential address of the US in ‘1600 Penn’, Fridays 8 PM. Score for the highest goal in ‘Back in the Game’ Fridays 8:30 PM. Watch out for crazy experiments in ‘Better Off Ted’, Saturdays 8 PM and add to the share of the cup-cake business with ‘2 Broke Girls’, Saturdays 8:30 PM. Join the world of friends, each of whom think the other has it better in ‘Friends with Better Lives’! Watch #FWBL every Saturday at 11pm. Don’t miss the sassy lawyer in ‘Ally McBeal’ from Monday to Thursday at 11 am. This July, Romedy NOW offers another successful series adding to its existing line-up of popular series called ‘Jake in Progress’, starting July 25th, Fridays at 8pm. Experience the life of a celebrity publicist as he juggles with his clients and keeps them away from potentially scandalous and possibly career damaging situations.



Brace yourself as Romedy NOW presents an all new meaning to the words ‘Living it up’! With movies that  showcase  true  passion  for  life  and  zest, Romedy  NOW  says  ‘Live  it  Up’  starting  7th   July from Monday to Thursday, 9pm. Watch the beautiful Debra Messing in The Wedding Date where she hires a complete stranger as her escort to  her  half-sister’s  wedding.    Next  it’s  time  for Crazy  Stupid  Love,  as  we  see  Cal  Weaver  go through life as a sudden and reluctant single and all  the  confusion that follows with teenage crushes, heartbreaks and angry dad’s protective of

their teenage daughters. Certainly not to be missed is ‘Letters to Juliet’ which is inspired by the art of letter writing the old fashioned way.  Also catch movies such as Valentine’s Day, Horrible Bosses, Love and Other Drugs, the ever favourite Marley and Me and a lot more.



Get ready for one of the most romantic stories on screen ever on ‘Romedy of the Month’. Watch The Notebook on Saturday, 26th  July, 9 PM. The No. 4 at the   box  office   and  12th    highest  romantic  drama grosser is all about love, love and more love. Set in the 1940s, the movie is about a rich heiress Allie Hamilton (Rachel  Adams)  and  a  country  boy  Noah  Calhoun (Ryan Gosling) who fall in love at a carnival. But the two  are  separated  because  of  social  class  barriers after which Allie moves to New York and Noah joins the army. After waiting for Noah to write to her but in vain, Allie gets engaged to a wealthy lawyer, Lon only to discover that her mother had been hiding the letters. But before the arranged nuptials, Allie must choose between her first love and her commitment to Lon.  Surrender yourself to the beauty of a canvas being painted where shades from different palettes come together and consolidate your belief in love.



“If music be the food of love, play on!” Thus spoke Shakespeare. Here’s your chance to hum the tune of love with ‘Romedy Playlist’. Starting 4th July, experience the emotions   of   sweet   notes   every   Friday,   11   PM   with favourites such as The Sound of Music, The Wedding Singer, Music and Lyrics and Moulin Rouge.



Feel more of love, life and laughter all this month only on Romedy NOW!

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