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Qala OTT Release Date, Star Cast, Makers, Trailer & More Detail Here

Qala OTT Date

Streaming giant Netflix never stops to amaze its subscribers with some distinct and bold content, whether it is a film or a web series, it always delivers the best for its viewers.

Now, another exciting film is on its way to entertain you all with its different storyline and the amazing performance by the entire cast.

We are talking about Neflix’s upcoming and most-awaited super natural thriller film Qala, which will be released soon on the platform. It is said to be hauntingly beautiful tale about a daughter who yearns for her mother’s love.

Qala OTT Release Date

Although, Netflix have not made any official announcement regarding the release date of the movie, chances are high that the film will available soon as they share behind the scene.

Qala Star Cast & Makers

This thriller film has a talented star cast and will mark the acting debut of Babil Khan, who is the son of legendary actor Irrfan Khan, who was diagnosed with neuroendocrine tumor and unfortunately, passed away on April 29, 2020 at the age of 53 in Mumbai.

Young and talented actress Tripti Dimri will feature opposite Babil Khan. She made her acting debut with actor Shreyas Talpade’s debut directorial 2017 comedy thriller “Poster Boys”.

The film will mark Dimri’s second collaboration with Netlfix, director Anvita Dutt and production house Clean Slate Filmz together after 2020 critically acclaimed supernatural thriller “Bulbbul”.

The film was released on Netflix in June 2020 and was produced by actress Anushka Sharma and her brother Karnesh Sharma’s Clean Slate Filmz.

Qala will also feature Swastika Mukherjee in the key role. Swastika predominantly works in Bengali films and made her Bollywood debut with 2008 anthology film “Mumbai Cutting”.

She also appeared in Bollywood remake of American romantic film “The Fault in Our Stars” titled “Dil Bechara”, starring Sanjana Sanghi and late Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput in lead roles.

Qala Announcement

Netflix announced the movie way back on April 10, 2021 through a nearly one minute long behind-the-scene video, which shows the cast and crew shooting the film at a valley completely cover with snow.

It shows us a glimpse of director, actors, and the crew filming by using traditional cameras as well as drones.

Today on March 8, the occasion of International Women’s Day, Netflix again dropped the posters of the film along with its other upcoming woman-centric films. Let’s have a look :

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