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After ‘Patal Lok’, Anushka Sharma’s ‘Bulbul’ Is Ready To Stream On Netflix On June 24

Published on 10 June, 2020 at 6:24 pm By

Anushka Sharma’s production “Bulbul” is ready to stream on Netflix. Bulbul is set to release on 24th June. According to the synopsis shared by Netflix, ‘Bulbul’ is an Indian fable set in 20th Century Bengal.

 

This is Anushka Sharma’s second production after Amazon Prime Video series “Patal Lok” released on May 15.

Anushka Sharma produced this series with her brother Karnesh Sharma via their banner Clean Slate Filmz, took to Twitter to share the first look of the Film.




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The film traverses the journey of a young girl, Bulbul, from innocence to strength, as the legend of a ‘chudail’ (witch) casts a looming shadow over her world.

Directed by longtime lyricist-dialogue writer Anvita Dutt, the mystery film also stars Rahul Bose, Paoli Dam, and Parambrata Chattopadhyay, who starred opposite Anushka in her 2018 production, horror film “Pari”.

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