Just like once the class of people was decided by looking at the ticket price in single-screen cinemas of the country, similarly, it is not too late to be on OTT too. Balcony people now watch Netflix. Family Wale Prime Video, Sony Liv, and Zee5. But, Mini TV has taken up the responsibility of taking care of first-class people. It is a video streaming service available on Amazon's shopping app, in which content from marginalized artists is being shown to its customers for free. Obviously, if the goods are free, then the product will also become a customer.
So on this mini TV for free, Amazon is going to take out the procession of all the indigenous artists. The procession included Ashish Chanchlani, Prajakta Koli, Amit Bhadana, Dolly Singh, Saloni Gaur, and B Unique. The intention is to bring a smile to the faces of people who are bored sitting at home with their laughter blasts, that too by hitting a little spice. Amazon has also named this series MiniTV Snacks.
Amazon claims that in this partnership, these artists will create stories related to everyday life. These tales will appear elsewhere in the expanding world of digital, but the company says they will be released first on MiniDV. It is learned that during this series, Dolly will tell the tips to get over Singh's break-up. Prajakta Koli will teach to be perfect in the art of 'middle-class hacks'. Ashish Chanchlani will be taken into the wonderful world of 'Beauty and Fashion Influencers' where Amit Bhadana will be seen as a salesman who is torn between an over-enthusiastic boss and an ex-lover.
Vijay Subramaniam, Director and Content Head, Amazon Prime Video and Mini TV says, “The audience is at the heart of our business and we always aim to present the best bouquet of content for their delight. With the idea of MiniTV, we are working to make the shopping experience even better. We are delighted to have so many great comic minds joining us and we are confident that our customers will enjoy exclusive content on MiniTV.”