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Sony Pix bids adieu to 2020 with a slew of Hollywood blockbusters

MUMBAI: As India prepares to bid adieu to 2020, Sony Pix too has plans to end the year on a high with a special programming line-up through the month of December. In addition to the Indian television premiere of Yesterday and Last Christmas, there’s ‘Premieres 2020’; ‘Thank God it’s 2021’; ‘...

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IBF appointes Star & Disney India’s K. Madhavan as president

Mumbai: At the twenty-first annual general meeting (AGM) of the Indian Broadcasting Foundation (IBF), held on 25 September 2020, the Board has elected Star & Disney India’s MD K. Madhavan as the foundation’s new president. Madhavan will succeed NP Singh, India MD &   CEO, Sony Pictures...

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Rakesh Jain joins Sony Pictures Networks India as creative director

Sony Pictures Networks India has recently appointed Rakesh Jain as creative director. He joined the company in July 2020. Recently, he was one of the key people in launching FTA GEC Shemaroo TV during the pandemic.

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Will major studios go T-Vod in Bollywood?

Is this the shape of things to come? That’s a question most in the Indian film exhibition, production, distribution and streaming sectors are asking. The reference is to the deal that the world’s largest theatre chain AMC struck yesterday with Universal. It allows a crushing of the window of...

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Sony Pictures, Dentsu Webchutney bring alive Angry Birds’ islands

MUMBAI: Sony Pictures Entertainment India has joined hands with Dentsu Webchutney to turn the virtual islands from the movie ‘Angry Birds 2’ into real ones on the most used location app in the world, Google Maps.

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