MUMBAI: Porus is travelling internationally. The mythological show being aired on Sony Entertainment Television has made its entry in Malaysia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Brunei, Laos and Myanmar through JKN Global Media and in Indonesia with Soraya Intercine Films.
Porus is now being watched in 10 Asian countries including Sri Lanka and Thailand. In Thailand, the show is being broadcast on weekdays at primetime slot. The show will be dubbed in Malay, Thai, English, and Burmese.
In its first week, it bagged 3.6 million impressions in BARC week 48 of 2017. After completing its tenth week on air, the latest ratings of week 5 for 2018 show Porus at 3.3 million impressions.
One Life Studios founder and chief creative Siddharth Kumar Tewary says, “Porus is rapidly taking over the world, with nine countries sold since the incredible launch just last November. We are very proud to share the important and exciting story of Porus with a global audience, and we intend to announce additional territories in the near future."
The story is an epic tale of a war between India’s emperor Porus and the West’s Alexander the Great. Set in 350 BC, the story narrates a time when India was at glorious best and Porus resisted the first attack on Indian soil by the Macedonian legend.
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