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BookMyShow sells over 3.5 million tickets for Avengers: Infinity War; contributes close to 45% to its opening weekend collection in India

Avengers: Infinity War set new records on BookMyShow as it became the first Hollywood film to sell an unprecedented 12 tickets a second when the bookings were at its peak on the weekend. BookMyShow has so far sold over 3.5 million tickets for this mega blockbuster and has contributed close to 45%...

Movies Hollywood
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Amazon Prime Video inks pact with Disney India for Marvel, ABC titles

Amazon Prime Video announced a landmark content deal with Disney India to make it the streaming home for seven brand new upcoming international titles from Marvel and ABC. These shows will be available to Prime members in India immediately after they premiere in the US.

iWorld Over The Top Services
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Bindaas launches a mobile game on its latest series Tere liye Bro

bindass’ latest series Tere Liye Bro, a refreshing tale, chronicling the lives of three best friends and the twists and turns their lives take has gained immense popularity amongst the millennials. Given the instant popularity of the show and its characters, the brand is all set to extend its...

Television TV Channels Music and Youth
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20 years later, 'The Powerpuff Girls' still breaking stereotypes

MUMBAI: Home-grown animation is finally finding its way to Indian kids’ TV channels but the fact remains that most of the cartoons are predominantly male-oriented. Whether it is a storyline revolving around boys or about a male protagonist, the number of stories about girls is limited. Indian...

Television TV Shows Animation
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Nitin Dadoo quits Disney India, Ankush Shetty takes charge

MUMBAI: TV distribution professional Nitin Dadoo is moving on from Disney India. According to sources, Dadoo, who is the executive director & head-distribution at the India subsidiary of the mouse house, is serving his notice period.

Television TV Channels People

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