Amazon Prime, Zee5, Eros Now Offering These Free Movies, Web Series Due To #Coronavirus #Lockdown

Amazon Prime, Zee5, Eros Now Offering These Free Movies, Web Series To Indians Due To #Coronavirus #Lockdown
Amazon Prime, Zee5, Eros Now Offering These Free Movies, Web Series To Indians Due To #Coronavirus #Lockdown

A lot of OTT channels are offering their content for absolutely no charges, taking into account the lockdown imposed by Coronavirus. The lockdown has caused a lot of the public sitting at home to binge watch their favourite shows on OTT channels.

Find out which channels are giving out their content for free right here!

Top OTT Channels To Offer Shows, Movies, And Other Content For Free

Zee5 is offering new shows, premium movies, and Zee5 originals for absolutely free of cost on their platform.

New original content that will be available for free streaming on Zee5 will include Kar Le Tu Bhi  Mohabbat starring Ram Kapoor and Sakshi Tanwar; love drama Kehne Ko Humsafar Hai starring Ronit Roy and Mona Singh; Sharman Joshi-starrer Baarish; and Ishq Aaj Kal, etc.

Then there is Eros Now is offering free service for two months to all those customers that will subscribe prior to March 31. Additionally, children and families in India can also watch content for free on Amazon Prime. This is possible even if you dont have an Amazon Prime account, as Amazon is offering free content to kids and family. All you need is create an account on the amazon website.

Prime has some amazing content for both kids and families. Some of the shows for kids are Pete the Cat; ‘Baahubali: The Lost Legends; Just Add Magic; The Stinky Dirty Show, nursery rhymes and stories of Chhota Bheem, and all these will be available for free on the website.

OTTs Observe Rise In Consumption; Will Offering Free Content Help?

The lockdown due to Coronavirus has led to many of us binging content on the online streaming platforms. A lot of pressure has been observed on the OTT channels. A recent report by BARC-Nielsen has shown that there has been a 3 percent growth in the time spent on video OTT apps during March 16 to March 22.

The report has also shown that video streaming has increased from 10 am to 4 pm in the first week of the lockdown.

Making online content free during the lockdown would help video streaming platforms to identify newer markets to tap into. Also, they should consider modifying the pricing options such as sachet packages or to get customers to pay only for the content they want to watch.

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