SonyLIV is a South Asian OTT platform accessible in India and Pakistan. It is possessed by Sony Pictures Networks India Pvt. Ltd., situated in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. It offers a great deal of TV shows, series and films.

Movies released by SonyLIV so far

Here is the list of movies released SonyLIV:

1. Saaho

2. Baahubali 2

3. Venom

4. Bhonsle

5. Darbar

6. 1917

Alternatives to SonyLIV

Here is the list of Alternatives to SonyLIV

1. Hooq 

2. Aha

3. Shemaroo

4. Amazon Prime Video

5. Mx Player

6. ZEE5

7. DisneyPlus Hotstar

8. ullu

9. Eros now

10. Voot

11 . Netflix

Movie categories available on SonyLIV

Here is the list of sections:

1. Horror

2. Drama

3. Romance

4. Action

5. Sci-fi

6. War

7. Thriller

8. Sports

9. Mystery

10. Tragedy

11. Mythology

12. Comedy

13. Children

14. Web series

15. TV series

SonyLIV 2020 – FAQs

1. Is it illegal to download movies from SonyLIV?

No, of course, it is not illegal. It is always safe to download movies from such legal websites or watch them on such legal websites. If you use illegal sites and get caught by authority, you might get penalty charge or imprisonment.

2. Did the website face any criminal charge so far?

No, there are no criminal charges against this website. The website is legal, and watching movies, series or shows on this platform is not a crime either.

3. Is it safe to use SonyLIV?

Yes, it is safe to use SonyLIV or any such legal websites to watch movies, shows or series. It is absolutely safe to use such websites, as it respects your privacy and keep your data confidential. Using pirated websites might lead you to malware, and might damage your device.

4. Is there any illegal alternatives to SonyLIV?

Yes, there are plenty. There are several pirated websites that allow you to download movies or watch them illegally. Sites like Bollyshare, 9xmovies, Fmovies, Jio Rockers, Khatrimaza, Isaimini are some of the illegal alternatives to SonyLIV

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