IN10 Media Network expands channel bouquet with Filamchi


The launch of Filmachi, a 24/7 channel dedicated to Bhojpuri Cinema marks IN10 Media Network’s entry in the regional market.

After establishing its linear broadcast channels in their respective genres, EPIC TV – India Ka Apna Infotainment and ShowBox – Apna Music, Apna Swag, theIN10 Media Network is all set to foray into the regional cinema market with Filamchi. The newly launched channel comes with the tagline: Filman Ka Laalchi. It would broadcast Bhojpuri Cinema offerings.

Targeted towards the Bhojpuri speaking markets in Bihar, Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh as well as metro cities in other regions, Filmachi aims to entertain and engage movie buffs with a vast range of titles across genres. In line with its brand proposition of ‘Filman Ka Laalchi’, the channel will host an extensive collection of over 250 Bhojpuri films, including blockbusters featuring Nirahua, Khesari Lal Yadav, Pawan Singh, Arvind Akela, Yash Mishra, Chintu Pandey, and legends like Ravi Kishan and Manoj Tiwari.

Currently, the channel is available on DD FreeDish and soon will launch across all major cable operators and platforms.

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Commenting on the launch, Aditya Pittie, Managing Director, IN10 Media Network, said, “The regional entertainment landscape has seen a tremendous surge, with an increasing number of viewers preferring to consume content in their local languages. At IN10 Media Network, we see this as a great opportunity, which is in tandem with the expansion strategy for our broadcast business. With the launch of Filamchi and its exciting line-up of movies, we look forward to addressing the entertainment needs of Bhojpuri cinema fans in the country.”

Filamchi will telecast movies round the clock to fulfil the insatiable appetite for Bhojpuri cinema, along with an exclusive ‘World Television Premiere’ every month to meet the audience’s demand for new and latest entertainment. Through the year, the channel will also curate a seasonal movie line-up to celebrate cultural events and festivals like Holi, Chhath Puja, Dussehra, Diwali, and others.



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