The portal offers more than 9000 movie clips in 13 Indian languages.
Vuclip, a mobile video service provider, has officially announced the launch of India's first independent mobile movie portal, Starlight Cinema.
According to the company, the portal offers more than 9000 movie clips in 13 Indian languages including Hindi, Marathi, Bengali, Bhojpuri, Gujarati, Punjabi, Oriya, Rajasthani, Kashmiri, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam.
Starlight Cinema will offer users the option of watching shortened feature films, movie clips, songs reviews and trailers from today's topmost films on even low-end feature phones without the need to download any application.
Starlight Cinema serves content from leading content providers including UTV Motion Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Vega, Whacked Out Media and MAA TV.
The mobile movie portal features clips, trailers and first looks from several upcoming movies such as Barfee, Agneepath, Rowdy Rathore, Ladies Vs. Ricky Bahl, as well as popular blockbusters Rajneeti, Guzaarish, Once Upon a time in Mumbaai, 7 Khoon Maaf, I Hate Luv Storys, Sarkar, Family, Tees Maar Khan, Thank You and many more.
Starlight Cinema also provides access to trailers of latest Hollywood movies such as The Adventures of Tintin, The Awakening, Hugo and Tresspass .
Commenting on Starlight Cinema's launch Salman Hussain, vice president - business development and managing director, India & Middle East, Vuclip, said, "Starlight Cinema currently features over 9000 clips from over 350 popular movie titles in Hindi and other regional languages. In order to meet the ever-increasing demand for exclusive movie content on mobile phones, we are working with many of the key content providers to digitize more such movie clips from as many as 8,500 movies."
"To make it even more appealing to our consumers, we are also launching dedicated mobile micro-sites for the various regional languages, beginning initially with one channel exclusively featuring South Indian movie clips including Telugu movies such as top-grosser blockbuster action comedy Dookudu, action film Oosaravelli, romantic action flick Dhada, romcom Mr Perfect, romantic drama Ye Maya Chesave as well as upcoming movies Panjaa and Sri Rama Rajyam; Tamil movies such as Sci-Fi 7 Aum Arivu and upcoming movies Poraali, Osthe, Mayakkam Enna; besides movie clips in Kannada and Malayalam," he added.
To watch mobile videos on any smartphone worldwide, go to http://m.vuclip.com on your device.
To view Vuclip's most recent Global Video Insights report, a monthly overview of global mobile video trends, please visit: www.vuclip.com/videoinsights.html
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