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Khatre Da Ghuggu is an Indian comedic drama film, in which a radio host meets and falls in love with a girl, whose father believes that he will die because an astrologer told him so. The film is in Punjabi with English subtitles.
It is implied that a character is involved in gang activity. Another character becomes convinced he will die due to an astrologer's prediction.
Two men are briefly viewed being beaten. It is implied that a man is shot off-screen. A man is threatened by having a gun shoved into his mouth.
The film includes use of the words "pissed" and "hell".
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