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Shemaroo TV and Shemaroo MarathiBana channels to be now available to Vi Movies & TV subscribers

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MUMBAI: Shemaroo TV and Shemaroo MarathiBana, broadcast channels from the house of Shemaroo Entertainment have already become household names and are loved for their respective genres in General Hindi Entertainment and Marathi Movie category. To diversify the content offering the channel has inked a strategic partnership with Vi Movies & Tv, where millions of Vi Movies & Tv users will be able to access the Shemaroo TV and Shemaroo MarathiBana content through live linear channel offering.

The association will further strengthen Vi Movies & Tv current content portfolio and provide unlimited entertainment to its subscribers. The users will have access to Shemaroo TV’s popular and entertaining gamut of shows, across various genres likes Mythology, Drama, Horror, and other Original shows. In addition to this through the partnership, users will have access to Shemaroo MarathiBana, a Marathi movie channel that will entertain Vi Movies & Tv subscribers by offering high-quality Marathi movies.

Both the linear TV channels have been entertaining the audiences since their launch and have been successful in providing a friendly and entertaining distraction during the tough time, similarly Vi Movies & Tv has also been at the cusp of this change and has ensured each user is entertained through their offerings. Providing rich content to its users, through this association, the users will be able to access both the channels on a single platform and experience unlimited entertainment.

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