RSS Acquires 25 titles from PVR for streaming.

14 Apr a video on demand website that focuses on cult, classic and independent cinema has acquired various award winning titles from PVR.  

12th April, 2016:  The Online video streaming platform increased its library by signing a deal with PVR and has acquired 25 movie titles for exclusive streaming. The deal will now give subscribers access to movies such as: The Reluctant Fundamentalist (2012), Another Year (2010), Greenberg (2010), The Greatest (2009), A Single Man (2009), Nightwatching (2007), etc. The 25 titles include some major award winning films and are already available to all the registered users of declared that these titles span across multiple languages and genres, including feature films, documentaries and short films. The website currently has around 300 titles and is planning to acquire more in the coming months.

Our intent is to get closer to our audience,” said Abhayanand Singh, Founder of “We also hope that this content acquisition will help grow and provide our users with some remarkable films. We want such interesting films to reach the audiences and cinephiles so that they can enjoy good cinema. offers only a curated list of titles ranging from short films to documentaries to feature films in various languages to its users, so that they don’t have to go through thousands of titles to decide which one to watch. One major example is the critically acclaimed film “Path of Zarathustra” that recently started streaming.

About is Mumbai based startup that provides the ultimate platform for those who appreciate quality cinema. The founder of the company, Mr. Abhayanand Singh, an ardent movie lover and a serial entrepreneur, feels that will make cinema accessible to the ones who appreciate content-driven films. The Platform also encourages new talents by backing them with funds and resources, so they can enrich the world with quality video content.

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