Filmyzilla is an illegal online piracy site like Movierulz, TamilRocker, 123movies, along with many others. The notorious site releases of films and shows onto their stage wrongfully they hit programs or the theatres. The latest victim of the website is the recently released much-anticipated movie Gulabo Sitabo.
Filmyzilla Leaks Gulabo Sitabo
Amitabh Bachchan and Ayushmann Khurrana star as the leads in Gulabo Sitabo. Directed by Shoojit Sircar, the movie was initially set to release in theatres but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It was announced that the film will overlook its release and will flow directly.
Now when Gulabo Sitabo started on Amazon Prime Video, the infamous website Filmyzilla has leaked the film. This kind of action produces a big issue for those manufacturers as individuals who do not have a subscription to this OTT platform may elect to see the movie on the illegal site. What burden the manufacturers more is that other illegal sites like YesMovies, movies, 123Movies, Filmywap, and OnlinMoviesWatch are also after the measure. But they are watching the film on sites that are such ruins the experience and is wrong.
Gulabo Sitabo is a comedy-drama film written by Juhi Chaturvedi. Ronnie Lahiri and Sheel Kumar bank it. The film stars Amitabh Bachchan as Mirza Sheikh and Ayushmann Khurrana as Baankey Rastogi along with Vijay Raaz, Brijendra Kala, Farruk Jafar, Srishti Shrivastava, Nalneesh Neel, and others. It has received mixed reviews from the critics and currently has 7.2/10 on IMDb. The storyline revolves.
Gulabo Sitabo is your next directorial cooperation of Shoojit Sircar with Amitabh Bachchan and Ayushmann Khurrana. He worked with Amitabh at Piku (2015) and with Ayushmann in his debut movie Vicky Donor (2012), both praised by the viewers. Shoojit has additionally produced Pink (2016), which stars Amitabh in a notable role. Shantanu Moitra composes the soundtrack of all Gulabo Sitabo.
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