Streaming giants Crunchyroll have announced that two anime from their library, My Dress Up Darling and Ranking of The Kings, will be dubbed in Hindi.
The Hindi dubs won’t end with these two as Crunchyroll said that more anime will follow soon.
The announcement comes in the wake of Crunchyroll slashing their subscription rates for India to ₹99 (mega fan) from USD 9.99.
The subscription costs in India are as follows:
The premium plans on the Crunchyroll site mention they will be releasing their entire library content as well.
Along with India, the subscription plans have been reduced in 100 regions across the world.
Earlier this year, the entire catalogue of Funimation, Wakanim, as well as Crunchyroll’s VRV — including shows, movies, and previously exclusive forthcoming simulcast debuts — were transferred under the Crunchyroll brand, making it the largest anime library.
This was followed by Crunchyroll’s then CEO Colin Decker resigning and former Funimation COO Rahul Purini taking over.
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