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Dream Girl is the latest Bollywood movie releasing in India and other international markets on Friday, September 13. It is Ayushmann Khurrana's second film of 2019, after the ultra-successful Article 15. Dream Girl is a quirky tale of a telecaller who impersonates a woman to dupe buyers into buying products from him. Soon after release, Dream Girl has reportedly been leaked online on infamous piracy website TamilRockers for free download in India.

Dream Girl reviews are already out and most critics suggest that while Dream Girl is a decent watch, Ayushmann Khurrana and other actors are hilarious in their respective roles. The movie is expected to open to a big gross in the first 3 days of release. This leak, reported by Dekh News, will likely hurt its box office earnings as a lot of viewers would want to watch the movie in their comfort of their homes.

There are currently no other details around Dream Girl TamilRockers movie leak in India, but the movie is expected to show up on one of the many proxy websites of TamilRockers over the Internet. Once again, the reason that the online pirates manage to leak latest films and TV shows is because the domain extensions are regularly changed every few days.

This practice makes it tougher for the authorities to block every domain that pops up. Additionally, users can make use of VPN proxies to easily access the websites. Previously, movies like Chhichhore, Saaho, and Mission Mangal have been leaked by TamilRockers in the first couple of days of release.

Dream Girl is a 2019 Indian comedy film starring Ayushmann Khurrana and Nushrat Bharucha in the lead roles. Directed by Raaj Shaandilyaa, the Bollywood movie has been co-produced by Ekta Kapoor and Shobha Kapoor under Balaji Motion Pictures. Dream Girl has a budget of Rs 30 crores and has a runtime of 132 minutes.

As always, MetaReel strongly advises against the use of online piracy websites to watch content because of two reasons: one, that they might contain some sort of spyware or malware, and second, downloading for free demotivates producers from making quality content.