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Tata Sky offers 3D movies as a New Year gift

Direct-to-home (DTH) satellite TV platform Tata Sky has added a host of 3D movies to its New Year's Eve entertainment in what will be a first for Indian DTH audiences.

"As a Tata Sky promise, we bring the best in technology to our subscribers, now enabling high picture quality 3D movies through our set-top boxes. With Indian audiences accustomed to quality entertainment and the take-off of 3D movies in theatres on the rise, it is high time that audiences had the option to view their favourite 3D movies in the comfort of their homes," said Vikram Mehra, chief commercial officer, Tata Sky.

The 3D line up includes the movies Avengers and Planes, and will be available to subscribers as a special showcase offer.

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