Anushka Sharma made horror-thriller Movie Bulbbul premiered online streaming giant, Netflix, today. The film has become the latest piracy target and has been leaked online free of charge HD downloading to the notorious piracy site, Tamilrockers. The Movie is based on a female in Bengal, who had a kid marriage and harbors.
The film’s synopsis reads, “A kid bride climbs to be the eldest lady presiding over her family, harboring a painful past as supernatural murders of guys plague her village.”
By the makers, the film is described as, “A period piece set in a vibrant setting atop age-old beliefs and superstitions. Also, his brother’s child, Bulbbul and Satya, were inseparable before he was sent to England. On his return, he discovers Bulbul has been abandoned by his brother and now lives a solitary existence as the contested lady-of-the-palace, devoting herself to the welfare of these people. But their village is plagued by deaths and tales of a haunting. Satya must get the truth behind the lore and save his village from the evil ‘chudail with all the inverted feet’.”
This is not the first time that piracy leaked the film or a web collection. Earlier, Paatal Lok, Aarya, Penguin, Gulabo Sitabo, Chintu Ka Birthday, Choked, Ratkanchal, Ghoomketu, Betaal, Illegal, Family Man, The Raikar Case, Hundred, Extraction, Hasmukh, Money Heist, The Lion King, Frozen two amongst others became the target of the piracy sites.
The Movie features Avinash Tiwary, Tripti Dimri, Paoli Dam, Rahul Bose, and Parambrata Chattopadhyay in essential roles.
Several rigorous actions against the website have been taken in the past, but it’s been found that the team supporting the site appears with a brand new domain each time. If banned, a brand new domain is taken by the name and runs the most versions of these movies. In the event of the theatre releases, Tamilrockers is proven to leak the films just a few hours after the movies have hit on the displays.
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