Bollywood films now available on Dimsum Entertainment

Don't miss out on the Bollywood titles available on Dimsum Entertainment. Photo: Dimsum Entertainment

Dimsum Entertainment has partnered up with Shemaroo On Demand – an award-winning content provider in India – to add Bollywood titles to its slate.

Subscribers can re-watch classic titles like 1994 Dilwale starring Ajay Devgan and Raveena Tandon, Aamir Khan’s Mann as well as Salman Khan’s Hello Brother. Or check out more recent fanfares like Luck and Jab We Met.

One can find movies according to actors like Amitabh Bachchan-starring films Ek Ajanabee, Aarakshan, Aankhen and Khuda Gawah, also Priyanka Chopra’s Barsaat and Andaaz.

In a press statement, Dimsum Entertainment chief marketing officer Lam Swee Kim said: “Collaborating with Shemaroo On Demand will allow us to reach out to an even wider audience than before as Indian cinema is one of the largest film centres of the world.

"This is a great way to bring the best Asian entertainment to our subscribers.”

Dimsum Entertainment is a video-on-demand (VOD) service operated by SMG Entertainment Sdn Bhd, part of The Star Media Group focusing on Asian content delivered via mobile applications, TV Applications and the web browser.

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