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One Take Media Co. creates huge library for regional content

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MUMBAI: There is a saying, if you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes into his head. But if you talk to a man in his own language, that goes directly to his heart.”

One Take Media Co. (OTMC) truly believes in this ideology. Theyare thriving to bring entertainment under every roof. And entertainment is a way to people’s heart. 

One Take Media Co. has more than 10,000+ hours of content and covers almost all the genres. It has a varied range of content involving Hollywood Movies, Kids content, Cooking Content, Korean series and many more. 

One Take Media Co. (OTMC) is happy to announce its presence of content in more than 10 languages. The wide range of content is available in more than 10 languages. These includes Indian and Foreign languages at the same time.  English, Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Bengali, Gujarati, Bhojpuri, Korean, Spanish and more. 

OTMC understands that Bhojpuri language content has a huge fan following in India and abroad and thus it is distributing Movies and Songs in Bhojpuri language in large numbers.  

Varied languages doesn’t only include getting the content dubbed but rather One Take Media Co. has opened its arms to variety of content. Korean Series, K POP, Bulgarian series and many more stands as an example for the same. 

Mr. Anil Khera, Founder and CEO of One Take Media Co. , a pioneer in this industry for a decade holds a lot of confidence and pleasure in bringing diversity to the entertainment consumption. He said, “We believe if the content is good, then it deserves to be everywhere”.

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