Netflix lowered costs by 18-60% across plans in India in December to entice new customers and improve penetration. Netflix has launched a new comedy starring Raj Nidimoru and Krishna D.K., who are best known for their work on the Amazon Prime Video Original The Family Man.
Guns & Gulaabs is a comedy-thriller-crime series.Its cast has not yet been confirmed.Last month, the service announced that the blockbuster Korean TV series Squid Game, as well as two major film releases, Don’t Look Up and Red Notice, helped it gain 8.3 million global subscribers in the December quarter.
The move opens the door to more competition from overseas behemoths such as Disney+ Hotstar and Amazon Prime Video. Netflix has launched a new drama starring Raj Nidimoru and Krishna D.K., who are best known for their Amazon Prime Video original The Family Man.
Guns & Gulaabs is the title of the comic crime thriller series.The cast for the film has not yet been revealed. However, net additions to the service, which has 222 million paid members globally, have dropped to 18 million in 2021 from 37 million a year ago.
The company follows a January-December accounting year. The main hits this quarter were Brazil’s Love is Blind, Korea’s My Name, India’s super hero picture Minnal Murali, and Denmark’s thriller The Chestnut Man.
Last month, the service announced that it had gained 8.3 million global users in the December quarter, thanks to the success of its hit Korean television series Squid Game. Netflix lowered costs by 18-60% across plans in India in December to entice new customers and improve penetration.
The shift opens the door to further competition among international behemoths such as Disney+ Hotstar and Amazon Prime Video, which have previously dominated in terms of subscriber count, with all players now focusing on volume rather than value.
Netflix’s mobile-only subscription, which was previously priced at 199 dollars per month, will now cost 149 dollars. The basic package, which gives you access to any material on any device, will now cost 199 dollars instead of 499 dollars.
Sanjay Leela Bhansali (Heeramandi), Vishal Bhardwaj (Khufiya), Zoya Akhtar (an Archie Comics adaptation), Madhuri Dixit (Finding Anamika), and Kapil Sharma, among others, have announced local productions, as well as second seasons of hits like Mismatched, Masaba Masaba, and Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives.