ShemarooMe, the over-the-top (OTT) platform by India’s leading content powerhouse Shemaroo Entertainment Limited, launched its new offering Bollywood Premiere for all the movie buffs across India and US. To satiate the needs of Bollywood lovers, ShemarooMe will be premiering entertaining and critically acclaimed movies every Friday for the 52 weeks. This week Sharma Ji Ki Lag Gayi, directed by Manoj Sharma, starring Krishna Abhishek and Mughda Godse made its World Digital Premiere on Shemaroo Entertainments’ OTT platform ShemarooMe.
Commenting on the World Digital Premiere of Sharma Ji ki Lag Gayi, Bollywood celebrity Mughda Godse, the lead actor said, “Working for the movie ‘Sharma Ji Ki Lag Gayi’ has been an interesting experience for me. The concept of the movie was intriguing and to adorn a deglamorized look was a rare chance which I seized!! My character Shobha is a young and beautiful housewife who is the source of all the drama and the masala entertainment in the movie. The chaos has been perfectly told by the Director Mr. Manoj Sharma!!! My talented co-actor Krishna Abhishek & Kala Ji and others were so much fun to work with… The story revolves around a sexologist professor ‘Sharmaji’ who is also my husband and the partner in crime in all this commotion. I am super excited that everyone will get to enjoy this as World Digital Premiere on ShemarooMe under their Bollywood Premiere offering.”
ShemarooMe’s new service will offer Bollywood movies that have a strong storyline and great entertainment value that the audiences have missed out on watching during their theatrical release. ShemarooMe Bollywood Premiere will be the destination that will bridge this gap and ensure entertaining content reaches the intended audiences, thus making it one of the most sought-after innovations on the digital platform.
The movies will release at 12 am (midnight) every Friday exclusively on ShemarooMe. Besides ShemarooMe, the movies will be available to stream through Vodafone Play, Idea Movies & TV, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV stick.