Star Wars: The Force Awakens is now available for your viewing pleasure in India. The movie can be purchased for ₹590, and you can rent it for just ₹100. That's for the SD version, and the HD edition is available for ₹650 if you want to purchase the movie, with rentals priced at ₹150.
If you are going with the rental option, know that you'll have 48 hours to watch the movie. Downloading the movie will give you access to deleted scenes, as well as behind-the-scenes footage, and production content.
With the HD edition marginally more expensive from the SD variant, we absolutely recommend getting the movie in HD. Also, if you have the BB-8 droid, you'll be able to watch the movie along with the little robot.
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