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Star Movies Select HD curates special line-up of classic movies

The channel will air shows at 11 am, 5 pm and 9 pm from Monday to Friday

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MUMBAI:  Star Movies Select HD re-lives its promise of showcasing the best stories with yet another curated line-up of timeless classics, with critically acclaimed films handpicked for everyone and every occasion as it presents three brand new slots –

Girlfriends Getaway

Mon to Fri 11 AM

Half Ticket

Mon to Fri 5 PM

Family Time

Mon to Fri 9 PM

Call your gal pals over and have a Girlfriends Getaway at 11 am from 16 March, binging classic chick-flicks like The Hot Chick, Pretty Woman, The Devil Wears Prada, The Proposal, The Princess Diaries, Runaway Bride. Swoon over heartthrobs, pamper yourselves and catch up with all that gossip while revisiting all your favorite Teen Drama/Rom-Coms.  

Finding it difficult to pick a film which won’t bore the kids this summer. Pick adventure packed wholesome children movies and family movies which your kids and the rest of the family will equally enjoy. Tune into “Half Ticket” at 5 pm from 16th March featuring films like 101 Dalmatians, Captain Underpants, The Good Dinosaur, Rio, Ice Age: The Meltdown, The Little Mermaid, Tarzan and daily dose of entertainment you can enjoy with your whole family every day at 9 PM from 1st April 2020 with “Family Time”, the one time when the remote wars are settled with movies like Inside Out The Greatest Showman, Toy Story 2 We Bought A Zoo, Mrs. Doubtfire Mr. Popper’s Penguins. So, go on out and mark weekdays at 5 pm and 9 pm as your family’s quality time together with the kids!

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