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Shah Rukh Khan’s Red Chillies and Netflix make an Agreement to bring Bollywood Superstar’s Past and Upcoming Movies to Streaming Service

The first movie to be streamed will be Dear Zindagi

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December 15, 2016: In a first-of-its-kind deal, Shah Rukh Khan’s Red Chillies and Netflix made an agreement to bring the Bollywood superstar’s past as well as upcoming movies to the streaming service. The 86 million viewers of Netflix will have access to Red Chillies movies.

“Red Chillies is surging ahead in global entertainment and for the first time, our great stories are going global on Netflix all at once and crossing all geographical barriers, waiting to be discovered over the world. No more waiting for our fans wherever they are,” Shah Rukh said in a statement.

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The first movie available will be Karan Johar produced Dear Zindagi, released on 25 November. The movie, directed by Gauri Shinde, starring Shah Rukh Khan and Alia Bhatt had a worldwide collection of $18 million.

Shah Rukh Khan is undoubtedly one of the biggest stars of Bollywood. Two of his movies are present in the Top 10 Hindi movies with the highest collection worldwide. Though some of his latest movies haven’t received the appreciation as compared to his previous hits, this hasn’t dimmed his popularity in India. His next movie is Raees which would be released on 25th January 2017.

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“Shah Rukh Khan is the most sought-after actor in the Indian film industry, and has played a huge role in bringing Indian cinema to the world stage,” says Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos. “His moniker ‘King Khan’ speaks to his status as a cultural icon and to the incredible popularity of his films among audiences worldwide.”

Founded in 2002, Red Chillies has grown to become one of the most significant productions and VFX Company.

Prepared by Diksha Arya of NewsGram. Twitter: @diksha_arya53

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Netflix Announces Untitled Scripted Series About Spotify

The founding tale of Spotify is a great example of how a local story can have a global impact, says Netflix

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The Swedish and English language series by Netflix will be developed and produced by Yellow Bird UK, with Berna Levin serving as executive producer and Luke Franklin as producer. Pixabay

Netflix has announced an untitled scripted series about Spotify, a Swedish startup that shook the entire music industry and evolved into becoming one of the worlds leading music services.

The limited series is inspired by the book ‘Spotify Untold’ by authors Sven Carlsson and Jonas Leijonhufvud – both business reporters at Swedish Dagens Industri – and will be produced by Yellow Bird UK, a Banijay Group company and the production company behind the upcoming Netflix series Young Wallander.

Acclaimed Per-Olav Sørensen (Quicksand, Home for Christmas and Nobel) will be directing and Berna Levin (Young Wallander, Hidden and The Girl in the Spider’s Web) will serve as executive producer.

“The founding tale of Spotify is a great example of how a local story can have a global impact. We are really excited about bringing this success story to life and we look forward to continuing our great collaboration with director Per-Olav Sørensen and the team at Yellow Bird UK,” Tesha Crawford, Director of International Originals Northern Europe at Netflix said in a statement on Wednesday.

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Netflix has announced an untitled scripted series about Spotify, a Swedish startup that shook the entire music industry and evolved into becoming one of the worlds leading music services. Wikimedia Commons

The Swedish and English language series will be developed and produced by Yellow Bird UK, with Berna Levin serving as executive producer and Luke Franklin as producer.

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“The story of how a small band of Swedish tech industry insiders transformed music – how we listen to it and how it’s made – is truly a tale for our time. Not only is this a story about the way all our lives have changed in the last decade, it’s about the battle for cultural and financial influence in a globalised, digitised world,” Berna Levin, Executive Producer, Yellow Bird added. (IANS)