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Rajshri.com to bring alive the magic of ‘Malgudi Days’ and ‘Fauji’ once again

23-January-2007
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Rajshri.com to bring alive the magic of ‘Malgudi Days’ and ‘Fauji’ once again

Those on the wrong side of 30 will definitely remember the endearing world of R K Narayan’s ‘Malgudi Days’ and the serial that made Shah Rukh Khan famous, ‘Fauji’. Now, people of all age groups can enjoy these two classic TV shows on Rajshri.com, which is going full steam to provide film and TV content, among others, online.

The two TV shows follow close on the heels of the online premiere of the epic Mahabharat on Rajshri.com.

Meanwhile, to whip up patriotic fervour, the website is offering an exclusive collection of Republic Day videos, wallpapers and ring tones available for download.

Episodes of ‘Malgudi Days’ and ‘Fauji’ would be unveiled everyday on the portal. Viewers have the option of streaming the episodes for free or download them at the rate of $1.99 per episode. The portal will have the regular Hindi version of ‘Fauji’ as well as one with English subtitles.

Speaking about the new additions, Rajjat A Barjatya, MD, Rajshri Media, said, “We are delighted to give our viewers the opportunity to enjoy classics like ‘Malgudi Days’ and ‘Fauji’ online on demand. Both are cult TV shows and given the success of ‘Mahabharat’, we believe there will be tremendous interest among consumers to watch both shows online.”

According to the portal, the TV show ‘Mahabharat’, which premiered on Rajshri.com a month ago, continued to fare exceedingly well with one new episode being unveiled everyday and had received close to 500,000 streams till the 34th episode. The show would soon be available with Spanish and French and subtitles.

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