The Punjabi blockbuster movie of 2023, Kali Jotta, which has won the hearts of many and shattered numerous records, is set to make its debut on an OTT platform. Fans who missed the chance to witness this fantastic tale or those who wish to relive it can rejoice as the film will soon be available for streaming on Chaupal.
Starting on 13th April 2023, Kali Jotta will be available for viewing on Chaupal TV. The news has generated a buzz among fans, who cannot wait to watch the movie in the comfort of their own homes. With the countdown already underway, excitement is only growing among fans as they eagerly await the release date.
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For those who are unfamiliar with the movie, here’s a brief synopsis that will undoubtedly pique your interest. Kali Jotta tells the tale of Rabia (played by Neeru Bajwa), a cheerful young woman whose free-spirited nature clashes with the traditional patriarchal society. She is labeled with derogatory names, leading to her disappearance. The plot centers around one of Rabia’s students, who go to great lengths to find her and restore her lost identity. This captivating and one-of-a-kind film is undoubtedly a must-watch. And fear not, as it manages to avoid any major plot spoilers.
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The main cast of Kali Jotta features Neeru Bajwa, Satinder Sartaaj, and Wamiqa Gabbi. They are accompanied by a supporting cast including Prince Kanwaljit Singh, Nikita Grover, and others. The film was directed by Vijay Kumar Arora and written by Harinder Kaur. Kali Jotta was produced by Sunny Raj, Varun Arora, Sarla Rani, and Santosh Subhash Thite.
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Make sure to mark April 13, 2023, in your calendars as the release date for Kali Jotta, which will be available for streaming on Chaupal TV. Don’t miss out on this must-watch Punjabi movie!
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