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MUMBAI: Spuul, the popular online streaming service for Indian cinema content has added one of 2015’s biggest blockbuster movies, Sooraj Barjatya’s Prem Ratan Dhan Payo, to its premium catalogue of movies for viewing. The movie will be available on the web, mobile (iOS & Android) as well as on TV's through Spuul's Samsung, LG & Panasonic Smart TV apps, Airplay & Chromecast.  

Keeping in line with Spuul’s strategy of adding fresh content to its library and reducing the gap between satellite and digital premiere, Spuul has brought this Salman Khan starrer to the platform the next day after its satellite premiere.

Prem Ratan Dhan Payo is one of the most successful Bollywood movies for 2015. Starring Salman Khan, Sonam Kapoor and Neil Nitin Mukesh, it is a story about how a stern prince who is recovering from an assassination attempt four days before his coronation, is replaced by a jovial, heartfelt lookalike and the adventure that ensues.

Speaking on this development, Spuul Global CEO Subin Subaiah said, “We are extremely happy to introduce one of the most successful movies of 2015 to our viewers across India, Pakistan, UK, US and Middle East. Besides providing constant tech support, we also will continue adding newer, fresh and indie content this year for our 12 million users.”

Some of the latest additions to Spuul’s catalogue over the past few months are movies like Main Aur Charles, Jazbaa, Titli, Dum Laga Ke Haisha, PK and more.

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