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Filmyzilla Leaks ‘Bhaag Beanie Bhaag’ Shortly After Its Release On Netflix

Indian torrent site Filmyzilla has been held responsible for leaking many newly released Bollywood and Hollywood movies and shows. Pirating is one of the major challenges that the film industry is facing and Filmyzilla is amongst the many Indian sites that pirate newly released streaming content and movies. Recently Filmyzilla released the latest Netflix show starring Swara Bhaskar, Bhaag Beanie Bhaag.

Bhaag Beanie Bhaag is an Indian web series directed by Debbie Rao and Abi Varghese and starring Bollywood actor Swara Bhaskar. The show is produced by David Bernad, Ruben Fleischer, Seher Aly Latif, and Shivani Saran. The series also stars Ravi Patel, Dolly Singh, Varun Thakur, and Girish Kulkarni in the lead roles.

Bhaag Beanie Bhaag was released on Netflix on December 4. However, soon after its web release, fans were shocked to see that the series was also available on the pirated Indian torrent website Filmyzilla. Recently the infamous torrent website also leaked Class of ’83 starring Bobby Deol, Abhay 2 starring Kunal Kemmu, and Vidyut Jammwal’s Khuda Haafiz

. A download link for the Amazon Prime show Patal Lok was also leaked on Filmyzilla shortly after its release.

In addition to this, the torrent website already has a huge stack of super-hit releases such as Chhapaak, War, Gullyboy, Good News, Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhaan, and more. Hollywood films such as Spider-Man: Far From Home, The Lion King, and John Wick 3 were also recently leaked by Filmyzilla. In addition to this Filmyzilla has also leaked many regional movies and web series.

A report in The Indian Express reveals that movie piracy is considered illegal in India, the USA, and many different countries. The Indian government has banned sites like Filmyzilla movies download, Movierulz, 123movies, and TamilRockers from Google. However, seemingly these sites keep creating domain extensions from .com. .info, .best, .in, .The UK, and more to tackle the efforts made by the government to stop the leak of movies on such websites.