Netflix’s latest Bulbbul premiered today, 24th June 2020, online on the streaming giant, Netflix. The film has been leaked by the notoriously famous piracy website Tamilrockers. The HD print of the film is easily available online for free download for its users.
The horror-thriller film has been produced by Anushka Sharma. The film is based on the story of a woman from Bengal. She was married when she was a child. She harbours the dark past of murders in her village and is connected with a legend of a witch.
On the Netflix’s website, the synopsis of the film Bulbbul reads, “A child bride grows up to be an enigmatic woman presiding over her household, harboring a painful past as supernatural murders of men plague her village.”
The leak is set to adversely affect the overall box-office collection of the movie.
About the Movie – Bulbbul
The film is a horror-thriller movie. It is directed by Anvita Dutta. The film stars Avinash Tiwary, Tripti Dimri, Paoli Dam, Rahul Bose, and Parambrata Chattopadhyay in lead roles.
The film has been produced by Anushka Sharma and Karnesh Sharma.
The film narrates the story of a girl child who is married to an older man, whose name is Indranil, played by Rahul Bose. The film is set in Bengal Presidency in the year 1981.
Indranil has a twin brother Mahendra and a younger brother Satya. Satya, played by Avinash Tiwari, when returns from London after completing his studies, he hears stories of men being killed by a witch in his village. This captures the interest of Satya.
Indranil has left home permanently and Mahendra has died under mysterious circumstances. Satya sense that something is not right. And so, he begins to look for evidences. And, a tale of revenge and justice begins to unfold.
Official Trailer of the Film Bulbbul
- Movie: Bulbbul
- Starring: Tripti Dimri, Avinash Tiwary, Paoli Dam, Rahul Bose, Parambrata Chattopadhyay
- Director: Anvita Dutta
- Producers: Anushka Sharma, Karnesh Sharma
- Streaming on: Netflix
This is not the first time when the infamous group has illegally leaked a film on their website for free downloads. The notoriously famous torrent website has released many Hollywood, Bollywood and other regional language films on its torrent website this year itself.
Some of the films that have become victims of the by this group piracy include Aarya, Penguin, Ponmagal Vandhal, Gulabo Sitabo, Choked, Chintu Ka Birthday, Raktanchal, Climax, Hasmukh, Darbar, Chal Mera Putt 2, Velvet Nagaram, Gypsy, Baaghi 3, Golkeri, Shylock, Brahms: The Boy II, Kannum Kannum Kollaiyadithaal, Draupathi, Server Sundaram, The Call of the Wild, and many more.
Tamilrockers and Movierulz is a notoriously famous piracy website that releases Bollywood, Hollywood, and Regional Language Movies. Various attempts have been made to stop the piracy website from leaking films online but of no use. Tamilrockers website lets it’s users freely download illegal pirated HD copies of movies online.
You can say that it is a desi version of the internationally notorious Pirate Bay when it comes to movies. You can download all South Indian movies from their website. They are now uploading pirated copies or prints of other content and language as well for free on their website.
You can download these via any torrent client. Almost all popular Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and other language films are regularly uploaded on the site. They have been regularly uploading the illegal pirated copies of almost all Bollywood, Hollywood and other regional movies on their websites.
It is to be noted that the URL itself is blocked by the government. But, Tamilrockers can be easily accessed by using proxy servers. You can get all the latest news and information on Tamilrockers here.
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