HD Version Of Katrina Kaif, Sidharth Chaturvedi, Ishaan Khatter’s Phone Bhoot Leaked Online

Bollywood fans have been loyal for all these years and the films continue to excite them even today. The Hindi Film Industry works hard to make projects to win the box office and millions of hearts. But unfortunately, some mischievous acts affect the commercial success of the movies due to various reasons.

The recently released movie Phone Bhoot, starring Katrina Kaif, Siddharth Chaturvedi and Ishaan Khatter has been leaked on various pirated sites. The film was leaked on the first day of its release and this might affect the overall box office collection of the film badly. 

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As per reported by Times Now Hindi, Katrina Kaif, Ishaan Khatter, and Siddhant Chaturvedi starrer Phone Bhoot full movie got leaked and is now available to download on some notorious pirated sites like Tamilrockerz, Telegram, and others.


Not only Phone Bhoot, but earlier also, various popular projects including movies and web series including Radhe, Sultan, Udta Punjab, Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2, Laal Singh Chaddha, Panchayat 2, Aashram 3 and more also fell prey to piracy sites. 

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Talking about the film, Phone Bhoot was released on 4 November and clashed with Jahnvi Kapoor’s Mili and Double XL starring Sonakshi Sinha & Huma Qureshi. There are mostly positive reactions and reviews for Phone Bhoot that are floating on the internet. Fans are liking the exceptional comedy in the film. 


Now coming back to the film’s leak, Phone Bhoot makers have not reacted to the news yet. No one from the film’s team has addressed the film’s leak and issued any statement. 

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Piracy is strictly prohibited in India, and legal actions can be taken against people who are involved in the same. Kiddaan, in any way, does not support or appreciate piracy.

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