Qala OTT Release Date Netflix, Star Cast, Makers, Trailer

Netflix never fails to surprise its subscribers with unique and daring content, Its does not matter if this is a film or a web series; it always delivers the highest quality content for its viewers.

This other interesting film is on its way to impressing everyone with its unique story and outstanding performances by the cast and crew.

We’re talking about Netflix’s coming soon and the much-anticipated sci-fi horror film Qala, which will become available on the streaming service soon. It’s a beautiful and haunting story about a baby girl who desperately wants for her mother’s love.

Qala Film Netflix Release Date

Netflix has not made an official statement about the film’s official release, But the film will be available soon on netflix in these next 2 month as they share behind-the-scenes footage.

Qala Film Star Cast and Makers

This thriller film features a talented cast, including Babil Khan, the son of late iconic actor Irrfan Khan.

Tripti Dimri, a young and promising actress, will star alongside Babil Khan. She first appeared as an actress in Shreyas Talpade’s debut directorial comedy thriller film “Poster Boys” in 2017.

After the highly lauded supernatural thriller “Bulbbul” in 2020, this will be Dimri’s 2nd collaborative project with Netlfix, director Anvita Dutt, and production company Clean Slate Filmz.

Swastika Mukherjee will also play an important role in Qala. Actress Swastika is most well-known for her roles in Bengali films, but she made her Hindi cinema debut in the 2008 anthology film “Mumbai Cutting.”

Qala Film Announcement By Netflix

Netflix first revealed the film on April 10, 2021, with a one-minute behind-the-scenes video depicting the cast and crew filming in a snow-covered valley. It shows the director, actors, and crew shooting in a systematic way as well as drone technology.

On the celebration of International Women’s Day (8 March), Netflix released new posters for the film, as well as those for its other coming up soon woman-centric films. Let us take a look: