Watch latest bollywood movies now Youtube Free
The much waited market of Youtube is now live. For years I have been wondering why Youtube couldn’t have partnered with bollywood industry to release new movies online. Now the game has begun. With Youtube’s latest launched feature “Box Office” people can now watch bollywood movies online free of charge. This facility comes in tie up with a sponsor and obviously revenue of Youtube and sponsor will be advertisement. The most beautiful thing about this is you can watch movies in full HD! Ahh! What more to ask for!
Non resident Indians would be the happiest people now with this decision from Youtube.
Here have a look at Youtube Box Office Right now they are playing “Baand Raja Barat” a romantic comedy film scripted around a wedding planning story. You can view it either in 480p or in full HD – that is 1080p by clicking on the Full HD option. “Baand Raja Barat” is released in partnership with Intel, so you may expect advertisement of Intel or some of its products every 10 minutes or so. Another movie that is playing right now is “”Dil to bacha hai ji” directed by Madhur Bandarkar, played by Ajay Devagon, Imraan Hashmi, Omi and other female leads like Sruti Hassan. Its just an entertainer movie scripted around love and love failures.
Here find below an Embedded video of Baand raaj barat
So this should be a wonderful move by the bollywood industry to kill piracy. A key reason for piracy was the urge of NRI’s to watch bollywood movies right after release (Foreign theater release usually takes time and they wont get enough theaters to play). If movie producers can partner with youtube and release movies with in a short span, taking advertising as a revenue model, I bet this is gonna change the industry and revenue stream as a whole. This new concept will be in news coming months.
If this trend continues and proves successful, I doubt what will happen to the DVD rental industry! This new concept of releasing movies via Internet can throw away the DVD industry as a whole (from its roots) just like CD threw away our old cassette tapes. Keep this in mind. Well, I am not in a wonder but am just reminded of Charles Darwin again – “Survival of the fittest” – This world works on that principle.
A problem with Indians may be the availability of sufficient bandwidth. Even now only major cities in India holds a connection above 1MBps, which means release of movies via Youtube can impact foreign markets only, as of now. With advent of more broadband connections to Indian villages and small towns, we can expect the online movie revolution to take place.
In my opinion, every language should start an online movie library (with sponsorships for each movie) and the database should archive all movies right from that industries beginning. Any one who wish to watch a movie can easily go the online movie library and select his/her choice. So easy hu! and sponsors can get a decent amount from advertisements.