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Disney plus India: Disney Plus launched in India, Bollywood celebs joined online
Disney plus India: Entertainment company Disney has launched Disney Plus in India. The company launched the service on Thursday with a virtual premiere of Hrithik Roshan, Tiger Shroff, Katrina Kaif, Shraddha Kapoor along with many other Bollywood celebs. Disney Plus’s India launch was postponed due to Coronavirus. ( Disney plus India )
Disney+ Hotstar is coming to your home on April 3rd! And we have something special for you. Watch The Lion King & The Mandalorian and chat with your favourite stars as they join in from their homes for the #DisneyPlusHotstarPremiere on April 2nd, at 6 PM. LIVE! #StayHomeStaySafe pic.twitter.com/FHO4YqNgW7
— disneyindia (@DisneyIndia) April 1, 2020
Streaming service Disney Plus was scheduled to be launched at the time of the IPL, along with Hotstar at the time of the first Indian Premier League, but the company made changes to the plan due to a 21-day lockdown. The company’s CEO Bob Iger said in February that it will launch in India on March 29 via Disney Plus Hotstar. ( Disney plus India )
Disney Plus Hotstar Red carpet premiere tomorrow from home ???✨ The Lion King & the new Disney + original The Mandalorian at 6pm on Hotstar. I’ll be there too so join me ? on @HotstarPremium! @HotstarVIP ?#StayHomeStaySafe #DisneyPlusHotstarPremiere pic.twitter.com/lr8FcixHEZ
— Shraddha (@ShraddhaKapoor) April 1, 2020
Bollywood stars joined the event via live chat at the launch of the service. The conversation was promoted with the hashtag #StayHomeStaySafe to make people aware of social distancing. The event premiered ‘The Lion King’, ‘The Mandalorian’.
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Entertainment company Disney has decided to cut the salary of high officials due to financial problems caused by Coronavirus. The company has reduced the salary of officers on the basis of a post. Executive chairman Bob Iger would not take a salary to get the company out of the crisis. CEO Bob Chapak will only get 50% of his salary.
The company will pay this money to employees working in parks and resorts. That’s all in today’s post if you like the post, then don’t forget to like to share and follow us. I also promote people to donate funds to the PM Care Fund it will be a big help from your side to the Nation. Till then Stay Home Stay Safe. ( Disney plus India )