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How OTT players are helping upcoming filmmakers to exploit the space for good

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published May 9, 2017, 3:52 pm IST
Updated May 10, 2017, 12:21 pm IST
The rise of OTT such as YuppTV, nexGTV, SonyLIV is giving an impetus to budding filmmakers.
With OTT industry stepping into original content, even rising talent has an opportunity to showcase their work.
 With OTT industry stepping into original content, even rising talent has an opportunity to showcase their work.

Until now, newcomers were struggling to be a part of film industry. Cracking silver screen opportunities is a deity task. But with OTT industry stepping into original content, even rising talent has an opportunity to showcase their work. Moreover, here a lot of obstacles such as regulatory board, big budgets, and long duration films etcetera get eliminated paving way for smooth inflow of creativity.  

YuppTV

 

YuppTV, the OTT platform that has been bridging the regional content gap that has forayed into original content with the Telugu series – Endukila. Endukila is a comedy series to entertain viewers of all age. The web series is said to have 10 episodes. The series narrates the story of a guy who feels there is only bad luck in store for him. When such a person falls in love, a series of comical errors happen.

YuppTV

SonyLIV

SonyLIV has announced the launch of an original regional language web-series. Titled, YOLO - You only live once, the show has been conceptualised and developed by Indian Magic Eye (IMEPL). Conceptualised and developed by Indian Magic Eye, ‘YOLO’ is centred around the coming-of-age story of four young adults—Choko, aka Shivraj Waichal, Sarika, aka Shivani Rangole, Rochak, aka Ruturaj Shinde, and Pari, aka Shashwati Pimplikar.

 

SonyLIV

nexGTv

nexGTv’s Spotlight is also appealing makers of regional content. Spotlight allows original content videos on their platform which is a delight to the digital audience.

nexgtv

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