Uplive empowering celebrities and artists to connect with users across the globe
New Delhi India, 28th May – Bollywood stars like Arshi Khan, Naina Singh, and Prince Narula are among the latest Indian celebrities who have recently joined global live social video app Uplive, part of a growing live social trend accelerated by India’s rapid digitalization and stay-at-home orders during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Prince Nerula, Bollywood celebrity and Rodie's winner said
Uplive is the most entertaining platform for connecting and interacting with various fans and friends. I have recently joined Uplive and I find it super interesting. It is full of diverse audiences and hosts from all over the world. It is a unique platform that provides the people an opportunity to not only socialise and make new friends, but also earn and support themselves Said .
Uplive, which allows viewers to broadcast and view real-time videos via their smartphones, was launched in 2016 by Asia Innovations Group. A leading video-based live social platform, Uplive shot to fame during India’s accelerated digitalization. Uplive allows social video hosts to broadcast to the world, sharing their talents and building connections in real-time with users across the globe. Offering live opportunities for authentic interaction, the app has become an essential part of Indians’ social lives during COVID-19 lockdowns.
Recognized as one of the most influential international brands in 2019 by Twitter, Uplive has more than 200 million registered users in over 150 countries, making it the largest independent video social entertainment platform in the world outside of China. The video live social platform has rapidly expanded operations to Hong Kong, Taipei, Los Angeles, Ho Chi Minh City, Jakarta, Saudi Arabia, and other international media hubs.
Recognizing the importance of serving India’s diverse population, Uplive has combined its internationally successful algorithms with local features. For its Indian users, Uplive provides the option to change the app’s language preferences, offering English, Tamil, Telugu, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Urdu, and Hindi. These language options and Uplive’s pioneering real-time translation features enable users to connect across language barriers.
As more Bollywood stars join the app, Uplive is emerging as an important platform in India for movie stars and online influencers to engage with their audience through livestreaming. Uplive enables users to connect with their favorite musicians, celebrities and entertainment personalities in real-time, a feature recently highlighted by top Indian YouTuber Harsh Beniwal.
Mr. Ahmad Mukhtiyar, Uplive’s India Marketing Manager said:
India is a land of diversity, and there are many languages spoken across the country. With the fast digitalization of the country and the rising demand for vernacular content by a majority of the internet users in India, Uplive caters to this demand by bridging the language gap for our users and streamers with the seven local languages we currently support in-app.
Uplive empowers creators to share stories from their daily lives and connects like-minded communities. Celebrities and Bollywood stars joining Uplive is yet another sign of our continuous growth in India.