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Tata Play Unveils News Service for Anime Fans

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Tata Play has officially unveiled their plans of launching a new service for their subscribers who are fans of Anime and it will provide access to Japanese animation in Hindi, Tamil, as well as Malayalam.

According to IndiaTVNews,  Tata Play Anime Local is available on channel number 681 and is free for the first 5 days before converting to a Rs 2 per day charge format.

The new services is set to feature popular anime series such as Naruto, Sergeant Keroro, Ninjaboy Rantaro, Naruto Shippuden, Black Clover, Robotan, among others, and will also be available on the Tata Play mobile app for on-the-go viewing.

“Anime Local on Tata Play will be yet another valuable addition to our extensive offering” Tata Play’s Chief Commercial and Content Officer, Pallavi Puri said of the launch, per the report. “The demand for anime content has been increasing, and our new service will provide top-notch content to satisfy that growing appetite. We thank our partner, Culver Max Entertainment, for curating this content for us.”

Anime Hub on JioCinema were among recent additions to the Indian streaming service which, unlike traditional television broadcast formats, their new Anime Hub is a dedicated section where subscribers can stream anime series like Demon Slayer Season 4, Spy x Family, Mob Psycho 100, and more.


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