Tamilrockers has leaked Punjabi Doorbeen full HD movie online to watch and free download
Tamilrockers website has leaked yet another Punjabi movie this week and it is Doorbeen. The romantic comedy film Ninja, Wamiqa Gabbi, Jass Bajwa which is directed by Ishan Chopra and produced by Sukhraj Randhawa under the banner of Azaad Parinday Films, features Ninja, Wamiqa Gabbi, Jass Bajwa, with a supporting cast of Jasmin Bajwa, Harby Sangha and Karamjit Anmol.
According to reports, HD print of Doorbeen is available on Tamilrockers and other torrent websites for free download.
The film which relesed in the theatres worldwind on September 27 has been leaked online by the piracy website on its theatrical release. Before going to download Doorbeen from Tamilrockers, you should know that it is an illegal website, which is banned in India.
Doorbeen is not the only film Tamilrockers leaked recently. Earlier, It leaked various super hit movies such as Saaho, Nikka Zaildar 3, Pailwaan, Chhichhore, Mission Mangal, Dream Girl, and other movies on its release date.
The Punjabi film has received mixed reaction from both audience and critics. Since Tamilrockers is an illegal website, we advise you to watch it in theatres instead of downloading it from any torrent website.
Here’s why you should not download Doorbeen from Tamilrockers?
It is to be noted that if you caught streaming or downloading any movie from Tamilrockers or other illegal websites, the Indian government has authorised to take action against you as per the piracy law.
Online piracy is killing the entertainment world and damaging the careers of emerging actors. Independent creators are struggling to make a career. And when such artists face piracy they lose income and thus lose self-confidence.
Piracy Law In India
But luckily, there are many laws against online piracy in India to save innocents from paying a heavy price. In India, the Copyright Act, 1957 protects all type of music, songs, and videos, literary and artistic work. The Stop Online Piracy Act (STOP) is also one such act that restricts access to sites that host pirated content. The main aim of STOP is to crack down on copyright infringement.