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B4U acquires exclusive rights to screen ‘Guru’, ‘Umrao Jaan’ and ‘Nishabd’

27-January-2007
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B4U acquires exclusive rights to screen ‘Guru’, ‘Umrao Jaan’ and ‘Nishabd’

The year 2007 has begun with a bang for B4U as the network has bought the global exclusive screening rights for three big titles – ‘Guru’, ‘Umrao Jaan’ and the yet-to-be released ‘Nishabd’.

“We are absolutely delighted to have acquired the exclusive rights for these three movies featuring the biggest names in the industry. It’s almost like a Bachchan movie festival. We are grateful to our loyal viewers and they can expect more exciting news like this from us in the coming months,” said Sunil Rohra, CEO, B4U Network.

An official communiqué stated, “Over the years, B4U Movies and B4U Music have spread their wings globally and have played an important role in taking Bollywood to countries far and wide. This development is another boost for the broadcaster after the declaration by an independent research for the second consecutive year B4U Music is the number one channel in the UK.”

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