Reliance Entertainment owned video streaming service BigFlix.com has inked a deal with IndiaCast, the content asset monetization joint venture between TV18 and Viacom18, to secure streaming rights for Hindi movie titles from Viacom 18 Motion Pictures. While the deal period or the financial details of the deal were not disclosed, BigFlix business head Shreyash Sigtia told Medianama that this deal will allow them to offer more than 50 to 55 movie titles including Viacom18's recent movie releases like Inkaar, Oh My God, Department, Special 26 and other popular movie titles like Jab We Met, Kidnap, Golmaal Returns, Life Partner and Luck among others to its subscribers. Sigtia added that this deal also includes several forthcoming movie titles from Viacom 18. BigFlix Content Partnerships In January 2013, BigFlix had partnered with Disney Media Distribution to bring around 140 Disney’s action and animation movies on their platform. These included Disney titles such as Pirates of the Caribbean, Tron Legacy, Tangled, Pearl Harbor and Chronicles of Narnia among others and Disney-Pixar titles such as Toy Story, Wall-E and Cars among others. In March 2012, It had partnered with Unisys Infosolutions, a VAS and enterprise messaging solutions provider, to offer online streaming of over 200 full-length feature films and music videos. These included old and new bollywood movies such as All The Best, London Dreams, Blue, Action Replay, Knock Out, Rann, LSD, Dhund, Waqt and The Burning Train among others. In addition to this, the deal also allowed BigFlix to offer regional content from Bhojpuri, Tamil, Telugu,Malayalam, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada and Marathi movies and over 5,000 music videos in more than 15 languages,…
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