Founded in September of 2017, Hoichoi is a subscription video on demand service that aims to deliver Indian content to consumers. The service is available on iOS, Android, Amazon Fire TV, and Roku. It is owned by SVF Entertainment Pvt Ltd, which has offices in Kolkata, India.
Touted as the gold standard in the Bengali entertainment space, Hoichoi is unsurprisingly one of the more popular providers of online Bengali entertainment. Hoichoi has a library of more than 700 Bengali movies, a fair number of original web series, and over 1000 songs in their catalogue. It also supports all the major platforms. It is also worth noting that Hoichoi is available in most of the world’s most populous countries. Moreover, it is a one-stop video streaming destination that caters to all tastes, including those that prefer the Bengali lexicon.
The aforementioned Hoichoi is available in various forms, ranging from the free version to the premium versions. You can also download the app on your Android and iOS devices. The app boasts the aforementioned largest collection of Bengali movies. On top of that, you can also stream Bengali music to your heart’s content. For the most part, you can expect to pay around the same for your online entertainment needs as you would at your favourite burger joint.
Founded by Vishnu Mohta and Shonkho Dash Gupta, Hoichoi is an on demand video streaming service that provides Bengali content to its subscribers. Hoichoi has a wide variety of content including movies, music videos, comedy, drama and original web series. It also streams content in other languages, including English.
Hoichoi has more than 500 movies, music videos and original web series. The platform is also available on Apple TV, Android TV and Roku. You can download the application to your devices and enjoy the content without ads. In addition, Hoichoi has a special feature for subscribers, called ‘Hoichoi Gift Card’, which lets users buy digital gift cards that can be used to watch movies and shows.
Hoichoi has launched a digital gift card for its customers and will be offering it during Puja. The company plans to offer special pricing plans for digital gift cards.
Hoichoi has launched its originals web series in Bangladesh. The web series is a fictional series that revolves around seven characters. The story is based on a popular detective story from the 1930s.
Pay Per View feature
Streaming service Hoichoi will be introducing the Pay Per View (PPV) feature in its subscription video-on-demand model. This will enable the company to widen its audience base and reach out to movie lovers. It will also help reduce the entry barrier to the app.
The Bengali OTT service launched on September 20 with over a thousand Bengali songs and 500 Bengali films. It now has over a million downloads and has streamed more than 40 lakh hours of content in its first year.
Hoichoi is a subsidiary of SVF Entertainment and offers a wide range of Bengali content. It includes more than 200 movies with English subtitles, as well as 100 hours of fresh original content. The company plans to add 30 new original shows in the coming year. Some of the new shows include a thriller series, Baishe Srabon, and a paranormal drama, Taranath Tantrik.
Hoichoi has also entered into a partnership with Airtel Movies. This gives Airtel customers the option to watch Hoichoi’s content, which includes over 100 SVF produced films. The company plans to launch more original content in Bangladesh, and will be working with local talent in the country.
Often, when you travel to a different country, you may encounter a message saying that the content you’re trying to access is not available in your current country. However, it’s legal to bypass geo-blocked content in some situations. These situations vary from country to country. If you’re trying to access illegal content, bypassing the blocking could be a crime. In other situations, bypassing the blocking may not be illegal, and in some cases, it’s necessary.
Geo-blocking is a term used to describe the use of tracking technology to restrict internet content based on the user’s geographical location. It can be carried out by governments, companies, or individual websites. It is usually applied to websites that contain copyrighted content. It can also be used for less benign reasons.
For instance, some ISPs use geo-blocking to throttle bandwidth and mitigate traffic congestion. Some companies, such as YouTube, use geo-blocking to enforce copyright agreements. These agreements protect YouTube from legal claims.