Sony accidentally uploads Khali the Killer film on YouTube

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Trailers have always been accused for revealing too much about the plot of the film.

The link to the full movie which is now being removed and redirects to a blank video page stayed for nearly 6 hours and attained around 11,000 views as well, as reported by Gizmodo.

Sony Pictures made a big goof up as they uploaded an entire movie "Khali the Killer" on their YouTube channel instead of uploading the trailer.

In an attempt to upload a trailer for its upcoming DVD and digital download release of the movie "Khali the Killer", Sony Pictures accidentally uploaded the entire film on YouTube.

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CBR.com - which seems to have been the first news site to report the discovery - described it as an "epic mistake".

Someone observed, "It's just the trailer the whole movie will be 4 hours". The movie "Khali the Killer" has a runtime of nearly hour and a half, and was originally released on DVD in 2017. However, the movie is now available on rental basis in YouTube itself. The film was uploaded on YouTube for at least five hours until it was taken down eventually.

No worries, as for those who have missed the opportunity can have excess to it via streaming services and DVD where Richard Cabral starrer is available for sale from last November.

The movie was released on DVD a year ago. But when he begins to develop empathy for his intended targets, he's confronted with a hard decision.

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