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Cox Communications has announced that digital customers in Central Florida now have access to all the best Bollywood movies, including exclusive premieres and all-time favorite music videos via a new On DEMAND subscription video package. Bollywood Hits On Demand offers more than 40 hours of movies and music, with titles updated weekly, for $9.99 per month. Digital cable customers had access to this new service beginning on Feb. 24.

"As part of our commitment to offering diverse programming, Cox is happy to add Bollywood Hits On Demand to our library," said Devon Chestnut, public affairs specialist for Cox Central Florida. "The subscription service features movies and music the whole family can enjoy with the convenience of On DEMAND. Plus, Bollywood Hits On DEMAND is only available with Cox Digital Cable in our market, making it even clearer why Cox is the best choice for entertainment services in Gainesville and Ocala."

"The appeal of Bollywood content is growing exponentially. Now, Cox Digital cable customers can watch great Bollywood movies and songs from the comfort of their home anytime they want" said Ken Naz, President, North America, Eros International. "At Eros, we work hard to ensure that Bollywood Hits On Demand offers something for everyone - from top theatrical blockbusters to Indian cinema classics. We look forward to serving Cox customers with our unique brand of entertainment."

Bollywood Hits On Demand offers new titles each week for unlimited viewing, all with the total control of On DEMAND to start, stop, pause, rewind or fast-forward at the touch of a button.

For information about Bollywood Hits On Demand, including schedules, trailers and more, visit


Lara Dutta and Irfaan Khan team up in "Billo Barber"
"Billo Barber": Starring Shah Rukh Khan, Irfaan Khan, Lara Dutta, Asrani, Rajpal Yadav, Om Puri; directed by Priyadarshan; music by Pritam.

Irrfan Khan plays a village barber named Billo in this story of friendship directed by Priyadarshan and produced by Shah Rukh and Gauri Khan. Billo's business is running slow because he hasn't kept up with changing styles. One day, a film unit arrives in the village to shoot a movie staring a superstar who was once Billo's school friend. All of a sudden, Billo's standing in the community changes, and he becomes highly respected. Everyone wants him to meet the superstar Sahil Khan, played by Shah Rukh Khan. But Billo is worried about his status and fears Sahil may not recognise him anymore. When his attempts to meet the star are unsuccessful, the villagers think Billo has been making up stories to gain some recognition. In a twist towards the end, the true nature of the friendship between Billo and the superstar is exposed to all. Kareena Kapoor, Priyanka Chopra and Deepika Padukone make guest appearances in songs with Shah Rukh Khan.

Sonam Kapoor and Abhishek Bachchan star in "Delhi 6."
"Delhi 6": Starring Abhishek Bachchan, Sonam Kapoor, Waheeda Rahman, Rishi Kapoor, Atul Kulkarni, Divya Dutta, Om Puri, Pavan Malhotra, Supriya Pathak; directed by Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra; music by A. R. Rahman.

After "Rang De Basanti," director Rakeysh Mehra is back with a movie reportedly inspired from his childhood growing up in the Chandni Chowk area of Old Delhi. Abhishek Bachchan plays the American-born Roshan, who brings his ailing grandmother played by Waheeda Rahman back to India. Expecting a quick trip, Roshan doesn't realize it will soon turn into his longest journey ever. Featuring an ensemble cast, the makers haven't released many details of the story but you can expect the ancient walled city known as Chandni Chawk to be a central character. The title is inspired from the pin code of that area in Delhi. The director considers Delhi a microcosm of India. After a successful debut with "Sawariya," Sonam Kapoor stars as the female lead. Rishi Kapoor plays a wealthy Nawab-type character who befriends Roshan. Also paramount is the film's music, yet another brilliant offering from maestro A.R. Rahman.


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