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Has Tamilrockers leaked Netflix’s Kaali Khuhi movie ?

 piracy website Tamilrockers has recently leaked the horror thriller movie Kaali Khuhi on its illegal website. The Terrie Samundra-directorial has fallen prey to this site right after its release. To watch the content on Netflix, one has to take a paid subscription.

Online streaming service Netflix has been providing entertaining shows and films on its platform like Holidate, and The Kissing Booth 2.

Tamilrockers leaks Netflix’s Kaali Khuhi movie

Kaali Khuhi movie is not the only or the first content to be leaked on Tamilrockers. Apart from this film, the piracy website has various series and shows for viewers to download through torrents. However, it causes major losses to the content producers, who put their hard work into the making of projects. There are other websites like Filmyzilla in the country, which leak content for people to watch for free.

About Netflix’s Kaali Khuhi

Kaali Khuhi moviestars Shabana Azmi, Leela Samson, and Sanjeeda Shaikh in the lead roles. The Terrie Samundra-directorial is in the backdrop of a Punjab village, which has a brutal history of female infanticides. It revolves around the life of a 10-year-old girl, who has to save her village from the curse of a restless spirit. Kaali Khuhi had a Halloween release on the OTT platform Netflix on October 30, 2020, Friday.

Kaali Khuhi movie review

Kaali Khuhi garnered a mixed response from the critics and the viewers alike. Story is not gripping enough, according to many critics. Check out the trailer of the Kaali Khuhi below

Tamilrockers is an illegal and piracy website which has leaked numerous flicks and web series online right before its premiere. The site has caused loss to various Bollywood, Hollywood, and regional producers. Besides Kaali Khuhi, Tamilrockers has leaked shows like Aarya, Four More Shots Please, and films such as Lalbazaar, Gulabo Sitabo, and The Invisible Man, among others. 

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