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Amazon India Launches miniTV – a free video streaming service

Watch entertaining, trendy and fresh videos for free – no paid subscription required – on Amazon’s shopping app

Amazon Prime Video forays into film production in India: To co-produce Akshay Kumar-starrer Ram Setu

With this move, Prime Video takes another step of taking India’s rich cultural heritage to the world across 240 countries and territories.

March like a girl: 10 Amazon Prime Video sheroes we love

Celebrating the power of womanhood with 10 of our most powerful characters from inspirational women’s movies and shows that you can stream right now on Amazon Prime Video.

Stream love this Valentine’s Day: 5 must-watch Prime movies & series

Presenting the best movies and shows on Amazon Prime for you to binge watch this Valentine’s Day.

'I do not fall into the trap of slotting characters into 'lead' and 'supporting' roles'

In free-wheeling chat, writer-director Mayank Sharma tells us why he thinks actors become collaborators in a script, why he chose Delhi for Breathe: Into The Shadows and how his show struck a fine balance between length and content.

Behind the scenes of Breathe: Into The Shadows

The show may have tense and chilling moments, but it was all warmth and camaraderie behind the scenes. Check out these pics to gauge the mood...

'Breathe is a show that I will always hold close to my heart'

Actor Amit Sadh opens up about the various experiences that have shaped his life and career, tells us why he got drawn to role of Kabir Sawant and lots more. Read on...

'When I read the script, saying yes was a no-brainer, it was so unique!'

Actor Nithya Menen, speaks about her latest show, Breathe Into the Shadows and why she thinks cinema and webseries are equally challenging. Read on...

Away from your besties this Friendship Day? Make it memorable anyway!

This Friendship Day, we bring to you some immortal stories on friendship from literature and media which have shaped our lives.

Straight to digital: Amazon Prime Video to globally premiere seven highly anticipated Indian movies

Slate of movies across 5 Indian languages with titles like Shoojit Sircar’s Gulabo Sitabo starring Amitabh Bachchan and Ayushmann Khurrana, Shakuntala Devi featuring Vidya Balan as lead, R. Jyotika starrer Ponmagal Vandhal among others will premiere between May and August on Amazon Prime Video
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