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Darlings leaked online the day it was released on Netflix; HD version streaming on Movierulz, Tamilrockers

Image source: INSTAGRAM/ALIAABHATT Darlings stars Alia Bhatt, Shefali Shah and Vijay Verma

Darlings has been leaked on popular torrent websites Movierulz, Tamilrockers and other places online. It was released on Netflix on August 5 and despite strict laws against movie piracy, various copies of the film have been leaked online, including HD versions on some sites. Instead of purchasing a streaming service subscription, viewers could now watch and download Darlings from torrent websites. The film stars Alia Bhatt, Shefali Shah and Vijay Verma in lead roles.

Darlings movie details

Darlings is from rookie director Jasmeet K Reen. She is also a co-writer. Shefali and Alia star as mother-daughter duo Badrunissa and Shamshunissa. Vijay plays Alia’s on-screen husband, Hamza. The film centers on domestic violence and how it pushes abused characters to a point of no return. The film’s music is by Vishal Bharadwaj and a few songs – Bhasad and La Ilaaj – have been hits on YouTube.

Review and reactions from Darlings on Twitter

After the box office success of Gangubai Kathiwadi, Alia Bhatt is back in the lead role in Netflix’s newest release Darlings. She’s teamed up with her Gully Boy co-star Vijay Verma and veteran actress Shefali Shah as they promise to bring intensity coupled with dark humor to this offbeat crime drama. This film is all the more special for Alia as it is her first production under the Eternal Sunshine Productions banner and her first release since announcing her marriage and pregnancy with Ranbir Kapoor.

Read: Darlings movie review: Alia Bhatt, Shefali Shah, Vijay Verma’s performances barely hold this one-color drama together

Fans have reacted well to the film on social media. The story’s subject matter and the performances of the main stars were praised.

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