Netflix’s first Indian original series makes its debut on Friday, the first of a slate of new shows aimed at the vast Bollywood entertainment market.
Sacred games, the first Indian Tv series makes its way on Netflix. Series of episodes to starts on Friday. The Tv series is a thriller, based on Vikram Chandra novel. Starring Bollywood’s bigwigs: Saif Ali Khan, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, and Radhika Apte.
The series consists of eight episodes, in Hindi with English Subtitles, Sacred games is the first original Indian series for Netflix. Its also includes an adaptation of Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children.
Netflix with over 125 million subscribers around the globe vows to add on a larger share of audience from India.
With ever-increasing video-stream consumers in India, market figures have brought some of the biggest players in the industry to competition, such as Amazon.com, while Netflix.Inc (American OTT) streaming service expands to capitalize Indian market potentials. The advertise stimulation market accumulated $31 billion in the year 2017 and is expected to grow beyond.
Netflix which had started streaming in 2016, aims to curate a multilingual espionage series: “Bard of Blood,” supernatural series, “Again” and the “Selection Day,” tells the story of cricket and corruption involving.
Other series NFLX includes Leila, indian woman search of her lost daughter; and horror series based on Arabic folklore, Ghoul. The Crocodile, mystery revolves around a young adult.