Amazon Prime Video partners with Ultra Media & Entertainment Pvt Ltd

December 2016, Mumbai: Amazon Prime Video which launched its on – demand video streaming service in India last week has partnered with Ultra Media & Entertainment as one of their elite content provider for Bollywood films. Ultra will provide over 300 original content of Bollywood films to them. This also includes popular names like Himmatwala, Mann, Damini, I am Kalam, Chori Chori, Gumnaam, Half Ticket, and many more. In addition It also will be providing well known classics like Anarkali, Nagin and films from Gemini & AVM Studios

Ultra pioneers in Content acquisition & distribution of various Indian & International films, Television Programs, Animation & other content in various genres & languages worldwide. The company currently has an exhaustive library consisting of over 1500 titles and is associated with some of the leading production studios globally Amazon Prime Video will provide access to On-demand films, TV series, and exclusive Indian and International content. Programmes & content can be watched at any time through a mobile app, smartphone, tablets, Microsoft Xbox, Sony PlayStation, TV and PC. This means Indians will now get a chance to view their favorite national as well as International content on multiple devices. Ultra Media & Entertainment Private Ltd is a professionally managed Entertainment Conglomerate providing end to end solutions for the films & television Industry globally. It specializes in distributing various existing Physical, Non Physical and emerging formats of content in India & overseas countries.. Ultra also provides content for Digital platforms, VOD, satellite and other existing and emerging platforms.

SushilkumarAgrawal, CEO, UltraMedia said “It’s a great pleasure to be associated with Amazon. Thecompany has been known for offering state of art services globally. We arehappy to provide them some excellent gems from our films stable .We are sureAmazon with its superior technology will make these films reach more deeper andto the wider audience in India  


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