A new Indian horror movie talking about witches and everything supernatural, Bulbbul dropped on Netflix. People share their review on the same.

With the whole movie scenario changing, courtesy of the certain pandemic situation, movies are releasing on various OTT platforms. Netflix original film, Bulbbul is the new addition to Indian horror movies genre that was released on Wednesday 24th. The movie takes you through the good and evil, abandonment with a new source and hope of beginning.

The movie is a combination of period drama, childhood stories and horror that takes you on a scary ride with a great cast. The story also talks about the age-old patriarchy of our Indian society and how one finally rebels against it. Bulbbul is a child who is married off to a man, Thakur Indranil, who is quite older than her. She, on the other hand, had no idea of the same and was of the intention that she will be marrying Thakur’s younger brother Satya who is of her same age. It is Satya’s stories that bring her peace in a house that she is scared of. This leads to them writing stories together and their friendship growing closer. But years later when Satya returns from being away, Indranil has left and Bulbul has found her self becoming friends with a local doctor Sudip. However, her friendship is questioned by Satya with him laying his conservative ideologies of a married woman’s place in the society. While the so-called witches and chudail only seemed to be part of a story, things start seeming real when a bunch of bodies pile up in the village.

The film stars Tripti Dimri, Rahul Bose, Avinash Tiwary, Parambrata Chattopadhyay, Paoli Dam. It is directed by Anvita Dutt and produced by Anushka Sharma and her brother Karnesh Ssharma’s Clean Slate Filmz.

People shared their views on Bulbbul on Twitter:

Check out the trailer here:

The movie is now streaming on Netflix

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