TamilRockers websites saw netizens again by leaking Bollywood Dil Bechara. This movie released on 6 July 2020, Dil Bechara Bollywood movie leaked has come as a shock to the filmmakers about this news. Read all about it below-
Dil Bechara Leaked Online by Tamilrockers
Sushant Singh Rajput‘s previous release, Dil Bechara, is available to stream on Disney + Hotstar, without any entry. Despite this, the film was leaked online by TamilRockers, a piracy website that has been haunting film and television studios for years now.
According to a report by Filmybeat, the leaked version of movies is available in Full HD quality. The movie upload on Tamilrockers, within half hours of the official release on the streaming platform.
Tamilrockers regularly leak high profile projects. It adds content as soon as it is released or broadcast. Quality is often high definition. He had earlier leaked films like Penguin, Petta, Maharishi, Ismart Shankar, Sai Ra Narasimha Reddy, Dear Comrade, Saho and Hindi Medium.
Meanwhile, Dil Bechara has broken the record by IMDB rating climbed to 10 within half an hour of release. With over 21 thousand votes, the Dil Bechara IMDB rating stands at 9.8.
Dil Bechara stars Sushant Singh Rajput as Manny who suffers from osteosarcoma while Sanjana Sanghi plays Kizi Basu who is battling thyroid cancer. Currently, the film topped IMDB in the ‘Top Rated Indian Movies‘ list, beating Kamal Haasan and R Madhavan’s 2003 Tamil film Ambe Sivam.
The trailer of Dil Bechara, released on 6 July, also became the first film trailer on YouTube to achieve more than 10 million ‘likes‘. Earlier, the trailer broke all YouTube records for most-liked videos in 24 hours after release. Total viewed mark more than 70 million times in less than 10 days. Currently, the most liked video is Despacito, Song featuring Daddy Yankee by Ludy Fonsi. The video has received over 38 million ‘likes’.
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