discovery+’s new series "Mega Banks of India" to premiere on 1 March

discovery+’s new series "Mega Banks of India" to premiere on 1 March

The series will delve deeply into the influence of legacy banks on India's economic landscape.

Mega Banks of India

Mumbai: Warner Bros Discovery is set to launch its new series, Mega Banks of India, streaming on discovery+ from 1 March 2024. The inaugural episode will shine a spotlight on State Bank of India (SBI), exploring its illustrious history, pivotal role in shaping India's economy, and innovative strides in the banking sector.

In its exploration of the banking, financial services, and insurance (BFSI) sector, Mega Banks of India offers a captivating dive into legacy banks that have shaped India's economic landscape. Each episode, spanning from pre-independence origins to modern innovations, unveils the remarkable journey of these institutions. Featuring insightful interviews with key figures such as SBI chairman Dinesh Khara, historian Abhik Ray, and SBI's managing directors, viewers gain a comprehensive understanding of the bank's historical significance and contemporary relevance.

SBI chairman Dinesh Khara said "The “Mega Banks of India” series launched by Warner Bros. Discovery is a great initiative to showcase the legacy of a strong banking background of the Indian economy. It boosts the flux of various initiatives from time to time for the nation, be it in Agriculture, MSME, Forex, Digitization, Amritkal or even startups. This is a remarkable showcasing of the 'Millennial India' at a Global platform. "

Warner Bros Discovery head advertising sales South Asia Tanaz Mehta said, “The Mega Banks of India series marks a significant milestone in our endeavor to explore the fascinating narratives within India's financial landscape. With the premiere episode featuring the State Bank of India (SBI), audiences will delve into the rich history of Indian banking. Our series reflects our dedication to delivering engaging content and offering valuable insights into the BFSI sector."