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Spuul Logo Black.png
Type of businessMedia and entertainment
Available inEnglish
HeadquartersSingapore and Mumbai
Area servedWorldwide (content availability may differ according to territory)
Founder(s)Sudesh Iyer, S Mohan, Subin Subaiah
ChairmanSudesh Iyer
CEOSubin Subaiah
Key peopleSudesh Iyer, S Mohan, Subin Subaiah
ProductsIndian and regional movies
ServicesOn-demand video streaming
Alexa rankPositive decrease 6,294 (April 2019)[1]
Current statusOnline

Spuul offers an over-the-top (OTT) service across Web, mobile/tablets (iOS, Android), smart TVs, and Chromecast to stream and download feature-length movies, short films, and TV shows in Hindi, Punjabi, Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu, and other Indian regional languages. The service is available worldwide.

As of 2018, Spuul has also incorporated Live Indian, Nepali, Bangladeshi and Pakistani TV Channels in their offering while also providing users with an option to DVR and watch the earlier aired episodes of the shows.

As of early 2016, Spuul had a catalogue of over 1,000 films and TV shows,[2] as well as partnerships across several production companies such as Yash Raj Films, Balaji Telefilms, Shemaroo Entertainment, Viacom 18, Reliance Entertainment, Phantom Films, and UTV Motion Pictures.

In addition to a large selection of free movies, Spuul offers a premium subscription option in monthly, annual and multiple smaller packages, along with pay-per-view movies.[3]

Spuul is headquartered in Singapore, with an office in Mumbai.

Spuul Blog provides news and gossip for movie buffs to read.[4]

According to a review by PCQuest, “Overall, the experience was pretty good and we can say the app is quite the right destination for movie fanatics.”[5]


Spuul was founded in 2012 by Sudesh Iyer, S. Mohan, and Subin Subaiah.[6] Sudesh Iyer founded Sony Entertainment TV in India and serves as Spuul's chairman; S. Mohan founded Accellion, buUuk and other tech companies and is currently the COO. Subin Subaiah has worked in banking across several companies such as Deutsche Bank and Standard Chartered, and currently serves as Spuul CEO.


  1. ^ "Spuul Site info". Alexa Internet. Retrieved 22 April 2019.
  2. ^ "Spuul Bollywood movies, Indian TV Shows and Drama".
  3. ^ "Giagom.com: Spuul wants to become bollywood's netflix". 16 October 2013.
  4. ^ "Spuul blog for latest news and gossips of bollywood celebrities". blog.Spuul.com. Retrieved 10 August 2017.
  5. ^ "Spuul App Review: Stream thousands of bollywood movies". PCQuest.com. Retrieved 10 August 2017.
  6. ^ "Stjobs.com: Singapore Firm Eyes Global Bollywood Web Market".

External links[edit]

Official website