MUMBAI: BigFlicks, a part of the Reliance ADA group, has officially announced the launch of its VCD and DVD movies rental stores in Mumbai, Delhi, Pune, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Chandigarh.
Big Flicks is an online and offline movie rental service, offering access to more than 14000 titles. Big Flicks offers the biggest range of premium quality Indian entertainment spanning languages like Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Punjabi and Kannada and the best of international movies. The company also provides the option of downloading to own the movie at attractive prices and free streaming, through its site bigflicks.com.
Further, these movies can be ordered through the internet, picked up or delivered free of charge at home. Its membership offers perks like no due date to return it, no late return fee and the delivery is within a day.
Commenting on the launch, Big Flicks COO Kamal Gianchandani said, “With the launch of Big Flicks stores in the city, we hope to bring the best of Bollywood; Hollywood; TV Shows and music on original VCDs and DVDs to our discerning customers. Organized movie lending would ensure that you have a wide range of music and movies to choose from, with the assurance of best quality; on time delivery and pick ups, thus ensuring a convenient & fulfilling experience.”
The company has launched its movie rental services through its online home delivery service as well as a network of retail shops. The roll out of these services across top ten cities starts with Chandigarh, Hyderabad, Pune and Mumbai in this fiscal year. Indore, Kolkata, Chennai and Ahmedabad will join the list soon.
“The store tally is expected to touch 500 stores by the end of financial year 2008-09 in around 30 cities, Reliance World outlets of the Group will house 100+ shops in shop format stores in top 10 cities out of the total 500 stores,” Gianchandani added.
In addition, big flicks portal (bigflicks.com) has introduced innovative, convenient and cost-effective entertainment solutions to make Indian cinema, television and music accessible to the overseas Non Resident Indian (NRI) population and Indian cinema lovers the world over. The company will offer download to rent and subscription services in its portfolio of operations as well.