Airtel customers can choose from 10,000+ Indian and global movies show as part of their exclusive Thanks benefits.
This year’s Holi celebrations bring the added benefit of an extended weekend and Airtel customers can make the most of it with some super digital entertainment on Airtel Xstream.
Airtel Xstream, which is one of its kind converged entertainment platform, offers access to over 10,000 movies, shows, and documentaries along with LIVE TV. This massive catalog that includes content in English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Marathi, and even Bhojpuri is available to Airtel Thanks to customers for FREE as part of their Platinum, Gold and Silver benefits.
Airtel customers can access this exciting content on any screen if their choice:
- Stream or Download over Smartphone/Tablet on the go with Airtel Xstream app
- At home enjoy it on large screen TV with Airtel Xstream Hybrid STB and Smart Stick
- Even get it on your PC by logging into airtelxstream.in
Some of the latest movies and shows to binge on Airtel Xstream:
A modern whodunit, the film follows a family gathering gone awry, after the family patriarch’s death leads a master detective to investigate. Knives Out is an American black comedy-mystery film written and directed by Rian Johnson, and produced by Johnson and Ram Bergman.
When a pilot crashes and tells of the conflict in the outside world, Diana the princess of the Amazons leaves her home to fight a war; convinced that she can stop the threat. Fighting alongside men she discovers her full powers and true destiny.
The Coronavirus Epidemic
The coronavirus disease is spreading at frightening speeds from Wuhan, China, to the rest of the world. How did this virus develop, and how close are we to finding an effective vaccine?
The series captures the journey of former pornstar-turned-actor Sunny Leone, born as Karenjit Kaur in a middle-class Sikh family, and her makeover from being an innocent girl to an adult film actress and eventually a Bollywood star. The ten-episode biopic is available in multiple languages, including Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Marathi
Skyfire, starring Prateik Babbar, Sonal Chauhan, Jisshu Sengupta, Jatin Goswami, and Shtaf Figar, is about a boy from the slum who disappears and his search leads a historian and a journalist to strange and seemingly unrelated incidents, including warmings of natural calamities. This one is India’s first-of-its-kind sci-fi thriller series.
Once Upon a Crime
A series starring the Rajat Kapoor, a gifted screenwriter, film-maker, theatre director and actor, and Paayel Sarkar; is about the darkness of a writer’s creations turning into reality.