In another twist on today's argument, about the two-handed victory of IP holders, behold Bollywood and p2p networks yoked in innovation. Sharman Networks is going to use their KaZaA to distribute Aum Creates Unlimited's film Supari (2003). The film's download costs nearly three dollars, with songs available for a now-popular 99 cents.
"The Bollywood movie market is growing at twice the rate of Hollywood, in terms of production and revenue. This is where the benefits of P2P technology become really clear," Sharman CEO Nikki Hemming said in a statement. "P2P technology offers the movie industry a huge opportunity to massively enhance its distribution and generate revenue."