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Bindass Movies launches ‘Apun ka Hollywood’ contest

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Bindass Movies launches ‘Apun ka Hollywood’ contest

In a bid to bring Hollywood closer to its viewers, Bindass Movies, a UTV venture, has launched the ‘Apun ka Hollywood’ contest on April 11, which would give one lucky winner an opportunity to visit Hollywood, the Mecca of cinema.

Elaborating on the contest, Ashok A Cherian, Vice President-Marketing, Bindass and Bindass Movies, said, “To take the Bindass Movies brand promise of ‘Apun Ka Hollywood’ to another league, this unique contest presents the Bindass Movies watching trade (marketing, PR, advertising, media planning and buying) community a superb opportunity to win an all expenses paid trip to Hollywood, Los Angeles, besides other cool prizes.”

All on has to do to take part in the contest is to log on to and answer three questions every week for four consecutive weeks. The questions would be based on the ‘Saturday XL Premier’ film slot on Bindass Movies, with one question matching the ideology of Bindass channel. The winner, who would be chosen through a lucky dip, would be flown to Los Angeles with a companion for five days and four nights to visit Hollywood.

Bindass Movies has acquired a sturdy library of comedy and action films from studios like Warner Brothers, Fox, and Walt Disney showcasing 200 newly acquired Hollywood movies. These films would be telecast on weekends under three branded slots – ‘Saturday XL Premiere’, ‘Friday Comedy’ and ‘Sunday Action’ at 6.45 pm and 8.45 pm. The movie library includes blockbusters like ‘Kill Bill’ Vol. 1 and 2, ‘Broken Arrow’, ‘Die Hard’ trilogy, ‘Big Momma’s House II’, ‘Scary Movie’ trilogy, and the ‘Predator’ series, among others, all dubbed in Hindi.


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