Super Cassettes Industries Private Limited , doing business as T-Series , [note 1]   is a music record label and film production company in India founded by Gulshan Kumar in Kumar, initially a fruit juice seller in Delhi , founded T-Series to sell pirated Bollywood songs before the company eventually began producing new music. On YouTube , T-Series has a multi-channel network , with 29 channels excluding Lahari Music that have more than million subscribers as of July It became the most-viewed YouTube channel in January T-Series was founded on 11 July ,  by Gulshan Kumar ,  at the time a fruit juice seller in the Daryaganj neighbourhood of Delhi.
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Yet, I sometimes find myself spending a lot of time scrolling past options to find something that will really be worth my while. When that happens too often, I usually turn to reliable old favourites. All of them are entertaining and will leave you feeling good. Avid Hindi film buffs may have already watched these, but can there be a better time than this to revisit them? At a time when all of us have generally been feeling a sense of hopelessness and despair, these movies will surely keep you distracted and lift your spirits. This is perhaps a childhood favourite for many of us. I remember watching it every single time it aired on TV.
10 movies banned in Indian theatres that you can stream on Netflix, Hotstar and Youtube
One could say that the number of movies banned by the Censor Board of Film Certification has reduced in the past decade. Films that talked about sexuality, religion or explored a topic of taboo were quickly stripped off their theatre release. In fact, things are also looking up for Indian cinema with a lot more movies getting the green flag from the CFBC. For ones that missed out on the big screens, we have online streaming platforms. One of the more recent films on this list, Unfreedom was banned for more than one reason.
New Delhi: In a video released Friday, 15 lyricists from the Hindi film industry came together demanding they be credited properly for their work on music streaming platforms and YouTube channels. Quality journalism is expensive and needs readers to pay for it. In the YouTube description of the song, the lyricists have said how no music platform at present has algorithm to prominently display credits for lyrics. They also said that across all YouTube channels of most big music companies several songs were either incorrectly credited or not at all.