TalkTalk TV customers can access Bollywood hits at the touch of a button with a new on demand service.

Leading global company Eros International’s dedicated online service, ErosNow.com, is joining YouView from TalkTalk, offering hit Asian movies like Chakravyuh, Dabangg, Khiladi 786, Milenge Milenge and Love Aaj Kal.
 
Viewers can rent films on a pay per view basis, for £2, or buy unlimited access to around 20 Bollywood films, to watch on demand, with the £5 Eros Now Boost. New movies are added every month and because the service is provided by Eros International, the latest titles are always available.
 
The Eros Now Boost and on demand movies sit alongside the Asian Boost and Star TV Boost, which means TalkTalk now offers eight Asian channels and an on demand movie service, all available a month at a time, with no ongoing commitment.
 
The Star TV Boost offers great movies and entertainment through channels Star GOLD, Star Life OK and Star Jalsha plus bonus channel Star Plus, and can be viewed 24 hours a day with shows aired in real time.
 
And new content partners are joining YouView from TalkTalk all the time. As well as offering more channels and thousands of TV shows and box sets for free, TalkTalk TV offers access to premium content including Sky Sports and Sky Movies, with TV Boosts available from £5.
 
TV Boosts include channels from Disney, Fox, ESPN, Sky, MTV, Nickelodeon, Discovery and Turner, and favourites like Comedy Central, Gold and Syfy.
 
Laurence Miall-d'Août, TalkTalk’s Director of TV, said: “ErosNow is the latest international content partner to join YouView from TalkTalk, and we have a lot more specialist channels coming on board.

“With 12,000 homes choosing TalkTalk TV every week, we are proud to be the fastest growing new TV service in Britain."

Rishika Lulla Singh, CEO ErosNow added, “ErosNow continues to engage digital audiences of Indian films worldwide and provide them with the best in Bollywood. Aligning with a leading service provider like YouView from TalkTalk helps us reach out to the broader Asian Diaspora in Britain”