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Discussion Satellite rights of Hindi movies

dino29

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Although these are good films these are not blockbusters. Fanaa is aired sometimes at noon slot on Max 2. Rest are not well managed especially Hum Tum

Broadcasters should not interpret box office success as an indicator for movie being good or for its potential to perform well on tv. Broadcasters need to market a movie properly and even give adequate space to average performing films with right slots allocated to them

These same films will be hits if star/disney has their rights. These r good films but either forgotten or not known to young people
 

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Broadcasters should not interpret box office success as an indicator for movie being good or for its potential to perform well on tv. Broadcasters need to market a movie properly and even give adequate space to average performing films with right slots allocated to them

These same films will be hits if star/disney has their rights. These r good films but either forgotten or not known to young people
Even though hum tum,salaam namaste and all are films that I like a lot but frankly speaking they just don’t work on Indian television which are used to seeing south potboilers.Even when they were premiered these films didn’t perform well but Sony still gave them decent airtime for the first couple of years.
Every network has such movies like znmd,Tamasha,rockstar,dil dhadakne do,yeh jawani hai deewani which the urban audience loved but didn’t cut a cord with the hindi heartland.If u want u can blame Sony for not having a select or xplor type channel but I don’t expect star gold also to air such movies regularly if they move.
 

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Broadcasters should not interpret box office success as an indicator for movie being good or for its potential to perform well on tv. Broadcasters need to market a movie properly and even give adequate space to average performing films with right slots allocated to them

These same films will be hits if star/disney has their rights. These r good films but either forgotten or not known to young people
What Logic is this? I mean Star ruined War, Stree, Singham by airing them almost every day. Star has an SGS to handle it thats why you're saying it but SPN did try its best. Till 2017 all these films got decent airtime. Salaam Namaste , Hum Tum getting good noon airings or Sunday airings.
 

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What Logic is this? I mean Star ruined War, Stree, Singham by airing them almost every day. Star has an SGS to handle it thats why you're saying it but SPN did try its best. Till 2017 all these films got decent airtime. Salaam Namaste , Hum Tum getting good noon airings or Sunday airings.
I m totally agree with u spn do gud job others channel cut scene and songs
 

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Hindi Dubbed Versions Of Soorarai Pottru(Titled As Udaan) And V The Movie To Start Streaming On Amazon Prime Video This Sunday(4th April)

So It May Premiere Soon On TV In Hindi If The Satellite Rights Of Their Hindi Dubbed Versions Have Been Bought By Any Network
Sensible name for soorarai pottru.otherwise on goldmines they would name it "surya the pilot "
 

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Although these are good films these are not blockbusters. Fanaa is aired sometimes at noon slot on Max 2. Rest are not well managed especially Hum Tum
Exactly Bro
Fanna last airing on Max2 Afternoon Slot 3 pm on 29th Dec 2020
But Recently
17th March 2021 it aired 1 am on Sony Wah
22nd March 2021 it aired 5 am on Sony Max hd
 
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