Amazon Prime Video today announced a worldwide exclusive multi-movie licensing collaboration with Sajid Nadiadwala’s Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment (NGE). This collaboration will bring the biggest and best of Bollywood films to audiences across the country.
As part of the partnership, the streaming service will be the global home for NGE’s next slate of films shortly after their theatrical release. NGE’s film slate includes many highly anticipated titles such as Bawaal, Sanki, Baaghi 4, Kartik Aaryan’s Untitled Project, among others, and promises to bring Sajid Nadiadwala’s larger-than-life immersive cinema to viewers across the world. around the world, on a screen of their choice.
The films, after their theatrical release, will be available on Amazon Prime Video for all Prime members. Additionally, the films will also be available “for hire” on Amazon Prime Video for all Amazon customers (Prime or otherwise) in the “Early Access Rental” window.
Sajid Nadiadwala, Managing Director of Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment, Producer and Director, said, “We have been entertaining audiences for 70 years with our films, contributing to Indian culture and today is a new era in entertainment with OTT. which becomes an integral part. part of our lives. Amazon Prime Video has helped break down all barriers in entertainment – geographic, language or otherwise. With Prime Video, we believe we have found a partner who not only shares our vision of delivering immersive cinematic experiences, but also provides global distribution of the best stories from the Indian entertainment ecosystem. This collaboration marks NGE’s first-ever exclusive global, multi-film, multi-year deal with Prime Video – we believe this inclusive cinema partnership will enable our upcoming titles to travel beyond geographies and add further value. to the exceptional content of Prime Video selection. As the world of storytelling evolves across genres, I believe this pairing will pave the way for more collaborations between the two brands to follow.
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