Eros Now Unveils The Trailer Of Comedy-Drama ‘Khatre Da Ghuggu’

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Eros Now recently announced a comedy-drama ‘ Khatre Da Ghuggu’ starring Jordan Sandhu, Diljott Dill, and BN Sharma in the lead roles.
Have you ever thought about how you would react if one predicts an early death for you? You would be terrified, wouldn’t you? Well,  witness a similar rib-tickling drama with Khatre Da Ghuggu all set to stream from 5th February 2021.
Helmed by Aman Cheema and Shivtar Shiv,  Khatre Da Ghuggu is a fun tale on superstition.
It narrates a story about a government employee Kanwar Mahinder Singh (BN Sharma) who falls into the trap of an astrologer who predicts his early death. Terrified with this news he does everything he can to avoid it which leads to humorous situations.
What’s interesting is to know what Kanwar does to avoid his death and if he is successful? The film is one of a kind which will definitely keep one on the edge of the seat with its cliffhanger, which leaves you laughing till the end. Be it Fateh’s (Jordon Sandhu) brilliant acting skills or Meet’s ( Diljott Dill) positive and bubbly attitude, the cast shall keep the viewers hooked to the screen until the end.
An outstanding package of entertainment and drama, Khatre De Guggu will strike the right chords and tickle your funny bones.
Watch this fascinating drama Khatre Da Ghuggu only on Eros Now from 5th February 2021!

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