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Remit2India to promote Hrithik-starrer ‘Krrish’ among NRI community

13-June-2006
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Remit2India to promote Hrithik-starrer ‘Krrish’ among NRI community

Remit2India, a leading independent online money transfer portal for NRIs, has tied up with the much-awaited Hrithik Roshan starrer-‘Krrish’ to create hype around the movie. To add to the pre-movie release excitement, Remit2India will provide online promotions for ‘Krrish’ on its website as well as external websites, which witness high NRI traffic.

Remit2India customers who participate in contests on these websites can win exciting gifts, including music CDs, autographed posters as well as tickets for special movie screenings and premieres.

“At Remit2India we are committed to giving our customers the best services and benefits. With the growing audience of Bollywood globally, especially the NRI community abroad, we are thrilled to partner with ‘Krrish’ and let our customers be part of the excitement and give them a chance to win these great offers,” said Suresh Rangarajan, Chief Operating Officer, Remit2India.

The movie promos, key shots and actors will endorse Remit2India money transfer services through co-branded promos on-air, online and/or print. The same is applicable only for the overseas market.

Remit2India NRI Services is the global online financial service provider of TimesofMoney, a Times Internet Ltd company. It has operations spread across 31 countries, including the US, Europe, Canada and Australia.

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