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Action at home


FOR THOSE who like their action at home without annoying interventions and intervals, here's good news. Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment and Asia Vision Home Entertainment have released world class movie DVDs manufactured in India.

The catalogue includes blockbusters like Spiderman, Stuart Little 2, Charlie's Angels, Men in Black, and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, modern gothic horrors like Panic Room, and timeless classics like Mackenna's Gold, Lawrence of Arabia, and so on. What's more, there's an offer of a free VCD with every DVD.

According to Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment, these DVDs are the first Hollywood studio products manufactured and marketed in India of international quality.

Columbia TriStar and Asia Vision promise to increase the repertoire with the release of four titles a month initially, and doubling the pace after three months.

The DVDs are priced at Rs. 599 each.

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