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Spuul adds Sultan to its library

The Bollywood film will be available for viewers of Spuul, globally.

Spuul, an online streaming service for Indian movies now features Yash Raj Films' latest blockbuster 'Sultan' in its catalogue of movies. The film will be available to viewers all over the world across devices like web, mobile (iOS, Android), smart TV (Samsung, Panasonic and LG), Airplay on iOS, Fire on Amazon and Chromecast on Android.

Spuul adds Sultan to its library
Spuul adds Sultan to its library
Subin Subaiah, chief executive officer, Spuul Global, says in a press release, "With increased internet penetration, smartphone usage, and the increasing affordability of data plans, there is also increase in the amount of viewers moving online to consume content. At Spuul, we are constantly striving to bring the latest, best and most awaited films to our viewers in our endeavor to bridge the gap between a film's theatrical and digital release."

Anand Gurnani, vice president, digital, Yash Raj Films, adds, "Our association goes back a long way, with Spuul providing our films with a platform to reach out to viewers in the most remote corners of the world. We believe Sultan will get the same or more traction that our previous films have received thus far".

Sultan is a 2016 Indian romantic sports-drama film directed by Ali Abbas Zafar. Produced by Aditya Chopra under the Yash Raj Films banner, the film stars Salman Khan opposite Anushka Sharma. The film focuses on Sultan Ali Khan, a wrestling champion from Haryana.

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