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Business of Bollywood to TV industry stalled
Business of Bollywood to TV industry stalled

The month of March has proved to be a dark chapter for Bollywood and the TV industry. Corona has been seen as a worse condition than the loss due to the flop or show of a film. So it has been infected, while the entertainment industry has also been eclipsed. Eclipse is also such that it is going to take a lot of time to recover. Big films were to be released in the month of March. The biggest example in this was Rohit Shetty's film Sooryavanshi, whose promotions were also going on in full swing and the preparation for the release was also completed. But a virus gave such a shock that Rohit Shetty also had to postpone his film. Irfan Khan's Angrezi Medium was also released. People also came to the theater to watch the film, but the very next day theaters were closed in the country.

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In view of the loss, the film is ready to be released again. Corona was also upset about the TV shows. For the first time shooting of most shows was stopped, due to which people had to watch repeat telecasts. Even when the entire entertainment industry is going through this phase, there is also a platform where there is only profit, where viewership is continuously increasing and people are also enjoying a lot. We are talking about digital platform where people are enjoying not only the best web series but also new films. People have switched to digital channels like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Voot, G5, and left the TV channel.

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All these platforms are not showing any repeat telecast to the people nor boring content. Digital platforms are entertaining the audience with an original story showing. Seeing the recently released Nelson report, it is clear that people have a tremendous corona effect. According to the report 96 percent people have been seen on the VOD platform. People are currently spending 219 minutes a week on the digital platform. The digital platform has benefited the most among the experts, and the time may be more. On the other hand, Zee5 CEO Tarun Katyal had told in an interview that his premium subscription has reached close to 100 percent.

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