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YuppTV partners with Silly Monks to expand catalogue

ANI  |  New Delhi 

India's leading online marketplace for high quality premium video content YuppTV Bazaar has entered into a strategic alliance with Silly Monks.

As a creative agency, Silly Monks has established strong foot holding in the content production domain, with their premium regional content.

Following the partnership, users of YuppTV Bazaar will now be able to easily access new and refreshing Hindi, Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam content.

The partnership is set to make movie trailers, music videos, interviews and events in Tollywood, Mollywoood and Kollywood film industry available at YuppTV Bazaar.

Users will now be able to access South Indian entertainment and celebrity gossips on the go and also follow the popular and first ever Telugu web series, Mudda Pappu Avakai.

"We are excited to be partnering with Silly Monks and further extending our assortment of curated content on YuppTV Bazaar. We are affirmative that users will enjoy the new addition in our bouquet of entertaining content," said Founder and CEO YuppTV, Uday Reddy.

Echoing the same thought, Founder and Managing Director Silly Monks Entertainment Pvt. Ltd, Sanjay Reddy said, "We are proud to be associated with YuppTV Bazaar and present our content at the platform. Owing to the massive reach of YuppTV, we hope to reach out to and entertain hither to unexplored users. We expect tremendous advantages for both the companies resulting out of this synergy.

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First Published: Tue, July 12 2016. 13:28 IST
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