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Jiocinema to bring Sun NXT’s South Indian blockbuster catalogue to Jio users

JioCinema will host all the movies available on the SUN NXT platform

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MUMBAI: JioCinema, the on-demand video platform yet again surprises millions of Jio users, especially the South Indian Movie Buffs!

In association with Sun NXT, the online video streaming platform from Sun TV Network, JioCinema will present the best of south Indian movie catalogue to Jio users across the country.

JioCinema will host all the movies available on the SUN NXT platform across 4 South Indian languages viz: Tamil, Telugu, Kannada & Malayalam.Fans will have access to an unbeatable catalogue of over 4,000 South Indian movies from Sun NXT’s library. South Indian movie buffs can explore this extra strong entertainment in a highly optimized and world-class video streaming experience offered by JioCinema.

Jio users have exclusive access to JioCinema and can be a part of JioCinema’s “Super South Swag” with their favourite stars Thalaivar Rajnikanth, Ilayathalapathy Vijay, Allu Arjun, Thala Ajith Kumar, Mammootty, Mahesh Babu and many more.The unbeatable catalogue of South Stars from Tollywood, Kollywood, Sandalwood & Mollywood can be enjoyed on the mobile app or the website.

JioCinema is known for its wide ranging and versatile on-demand video experiences, including exclusive original videos across genres and vernacular languages. Sun NXT is the top destination for the biggest blockbusters from south Indian studios and hosts the latest and most popular TV content from the southern region. The association between the two digital platforms will help deliver the best of south Indian video content to the south Indian movie fans on Jio.

JioCinema already has the widest content including 10,000+ Movies, 1 Lakh+ TV Show Episodes & Originals. And now, with the movie catalogue of SunNXT, it becomes the first choice of the users to enjoy unlimited South Indian Blockbusters.

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