Digital platforms help Punjabi movies to reach out | Mahie Gill | Spuul

Mahi Gill

Image result for Mahi GillPopular Hindi and Punjabi Movie star Mahie Gill  thinks that Digital technology is helping Punjabi Film Industry to reach out to viewers in far off places. “Digital platforms help Punjabi movies reach out to viewers in places where theatrical releases are not possible. Punjabi film industry is coming of age and growing. We will continue to put in efforts to bring high quality content to our viewers,” Mahie said in a statement.

She spoke on the sidelines of an announcement by Spuul, the popular digital video-on-demand (VOD) platform for Indian and regional content, which has expanded its Punjabi content library with a collection of over 100 movies.

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Keeping in line with its strategy to grow and expand its existing library on regional movies this year, Spuul has added movies from leading Punjabi content producers and distributors such as Lokdhun, Unisys, Daddy Mohan Records, Speed Records, Kumar Films, Yellow Music and more.

The company will be showcasing the exclusive premiere of “Atishbaazi Ishq”, starring Mahie and Roshan Prince, within a week of its theatrical release early next month. Earlier, they had also exclusively showcased Jimmy Sheirgill’s “Vaisakhi List” for the first two months of its digital release.

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Other popular titles in the Spuul catalogue are both instalments of “Jatt & Juliet” and animated entertainer “Chaar Sahibzaade”.