Friday, December 22, 2006

Moser Baer Launches Hindi Movie DVDs At Rs 38; Plans To Acquire 40% Of Indian Movie Content Rights

Contentsutra reports:
Leading optical disk manufacturer Moser Baer is launching Hindi movies on DVDs at Rs 38 and VCD at Rs 24 (see press release). That’s dirt cheap - and interestingly cheaper than the DVD rental which is Rs 200 a month for four movies. Currently, the price of a Hindi DVD at retail stores varies from Rs 200 to Rs 400 and even higher if it’s a new release. (The saving grace is that DVD rental companies currently give out a lot of Hollywood movies).
Moser Baer will buy home video and DVD/VCD rights and distribute them across retail stores in the country.
Online DVD rentals companies now will have to innovate their business models.

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Anonymous Sridhar said...

Do you know the availability of the moser baer DVD movies

12:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do you know where can i get the moser baer dvd or DIVX movies or any website to see the catalogue

12:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Giving publicity regarding availability of economical DVDs does not help unless we know where.

10:51 AM  
Anonymous Movies Point said...
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6:28 AM  
Blogger Mukul Kumar said...

Moser Baer seems to be going really slow on this one. I don't think they will live up to the expectation.

Thanks for posting the comments.

Here are some news items:
Moser Baer Home Video Launches In Karnataka With New Film Titles

Moser Baer In Deal With Baba Films For 450 Telugu Titles

11:02 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

HI Mukul,
I think its indeed a appriacible effort to control piracy of hindi Movies......!

Do you have any clue as where these DVDs / VCDs are available in Pune.


3:03 PM  
Anonymous biziguy said...

2:26 AM  

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