Eros Now to give away free subscriptions to home-bound viewers
In yet another instance of a corporate giant showing its kind-hearted and generous side in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic, Eros Now has announced that it will give free two-month subscriptions to anyone who chooses to avail the freebie.
The past week has seen Coronavirus cases rising unabated in the country. It has also led to cinema halls, malls, gyms, parks, schools and corporate offices being shut down across the country. Most people have been asked to work from home, so as to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus. Additionally, a lot of people are practising voluntary social distancing and self-quarantining, to keep the virus at bay.
A free subscription to any streaming platform is a welcome offer in these times of being cooped up at home with nowhere to go. Eros Now's free subscription offer is a generous gesture at such a time, and will certainly help keep people entertained and happy.
Eros Now took to Twitter to make the announcement public, in order to reach out to the maximum number of people it could. Check out its Twitter post here -
Eros Now's move comes close on the heels of another streaming luminary's generosity - Disney+ premiered its marquee property, Frozen 2, on its platform on 15th March, three months ahead of schedule, to keep homebound families happy, entertained and cheerful. The original premiere date was slated for June 2020.
Amazon Prime Video will also premiere the much-awaited movie Parasite on its platform on 27th March. The release is certainly a step in the right direction, to keep bored viewers entertained.
Eros Now has a sizeable library of Bollywood movies, one of the largest in the country, as also a robust collection of well-received Original series. Sidehero, Flip, Metro Park, Modi: Journey of a Common Man, Smoke, are some of their successful original series. It also has a selection of quirky short films, under the category called Eros Quickie.