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Reliance Home Video launches Heroine


Reliance Home Video and Games

DVD: 299, VCD: 115

Reliance Home Video and Games has released Heroine in home video format. The film produced by UTV Motion Pictures and Bhandarkar Entertainment and directed by award winning director Madhur Bhandarkar stars Kareena Kapoor, Arjun Rampal and Randeep Hooda.

The film showcases the rise and fall of a superstar diva, Mahi Arora and the director draws from his years in film-making to tell a story of the trials and tribulations faced by a silver screen diva. "Heroine is a woman oriented film where Kareena has brilliantly chronicled the behind-the-scenes facets of a superstar's life. This is one movie any film buff would like to include in his library," said Sweta Agnihotri, COO of Reliance Home Video & Games.

Available pan India across all leading Home Entertainment chains and also on key online portals the DVD is priced at Rs. 299 and VCD at Rs.115.

Barfi! launched on home video


Reliance Home Video and Games

Blue-ray: 799, 2 Disc Collector's Edition DVD: 399, VCD: 125

Recently, Barfi! cast Ranbir Kapoor and Ileana D'Cruz along with director Anurag Basu, Siddharth Roy Kapur, Managing Director of Studios DisneyUTV and Sweta Agnihotri, COO of Reliance Home Video & Games launched the film on home video.

A light-hearted story a deaf-and-mute Barfi, the film grossed 100 crore at the box office besides being announced as India's official entry to the Oscars 2013. This film also stars Priyanka Chopra.

The movie will be available pan India across all leading Home Entertainment chains in Blu-ray, two disc collector's edition DVD and VCD as well as on key online portals. Moreover, Blu-ray and DVD also features bonus content that includes making of Barfi!, 'Fatafati! Barfi!' behind the scenes and deleted scenes.


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