What differentiates Muvizz from other streaming sites is it houses independent films, cult classics, shorts and documentaries, you might not find on other sites, besides the regular Bollywood titles. Some films are free for viewing. The platform also offers subscription-based and pay per view options. You can access all the films for Rs. 300/month. Muvizz isn’t a video portal alone. It’s a social network for cinephiles to connect with each other and share their love for films.
America’s most popular streaming service finally came to India in 2016. There are limited titles for now. India being a huge market, we’re hoping Netflix will be expanding its library soon.
This is what the plans look like:
Rs. 500 a month for access on 1 SD screen
In Rs. 650 a month you can watch HD content on 2 screens simultaneously
Rs. 800 per month will get you 4K (Ultra HD) content on 4 screens at the same time
8. Eros Now
Eros Now allows you to watch Hindi films, regional films, TV shows and music. There is limited content available for viewing as part of the free subscription.
Their two monthly plans offer ad-free, unlimited content. They come with discounts, if availed on an yearly basis.
Eros Now Plus is available for Rs 49 a month
Eros Now Premium can be bought for Rs 99 a month
With a catalog of over 2000 films, BigFlix not only lets you watch Hindi films but also regional content, latest to classics. You can check out a 10-minute preview of the film without signing up on the site. There are four plans to choose from, to get complete access.
The 7-day trial plan is available for Rs 99
The one month plan comes at Rs 249
The 3-month plan costs Rs 599
The 6-month plan is for Rs 999
Hooq, a joint venture between Warner Brothers, Sony Pictures and Singtel, came to India last year in January. The site started with 15,000 titles including Bollywood, Hollywood plus regional films.
While you can watch films online on Hooq, it also allows you to download and view them offline later. I don’t think many other sites let you do that.
After a free 7-day trial, you can get access to all the content at Rs. 249 (including taxes) a month.
11. Hungama Movies
Another interesting platform to watch Hindi movies online is Hungama Movies. It stores over 6500 Bollywood films and regional titles. You can watch about 10 minutes of the film for free, post which you will be required to sign up. At $4.99 (Rs 330) a month, you get access to the entire store. There’s also an option to rent out films.
12. Amazon Prime
With Amazon Prime, you can stream a whole bunch of new and old Bollywood, Hollywood titles and TV shows. There are also some decent Amazon originals like the show Transparent. The site offers a 30-day free trial once you sign up. Post that, you’re given access to all the content for Rs. 499/year.
What do you think about these? Is there something we missed? Do you know of any other sites/apps to watch Hindi movies that you would like to recommend our readers? Let’s talk in the comments below.
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