In an absurd case of slip-up, Sony Pictures Entertainment on Wednesday uploaded the full Khali the Killer film on YouTube instead of its red-band trailer.
The production house titled the upload as Khali the Killer: official red band trailer to inform its audience that the film is now available on DVD and digital media platforms, an America-based digital and print magazine reported.
The 89 minutes and 46 seconds long video was uploaded on Sony's YouTube channel on July 3 and it was available for eight long hours before finally being deleted. Entertainment news website CBR.com first spotted the goof-up.
YouTube users, who missed this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, can avail the movie on rent from several digital platforms like Amazon, Apple and YouTube.
Here is how Twitterati react after it did invite their attentions on YouTube.
Hahahahahah Sony tried to put up a new trailer for “Khali The Killer” but accidentally uploaded the entire movie hahahahahahahaha im watchin it pic.twitter.com/IA2mOfElIQ— Rocco Botte (@rocco_botte) July 3, 2018
Khali The Killer was a good movie thanks Sony— hippy (@HoustonedHippy) July 3, 2018
Sony Execs - "We haven't had a controversy in so long!!"— Riley Bursh (@Riley_Bursh) July 3, 2018
Khali the Killer Marketing Team - "Hold my beer."
**promptly uploads the full movie instead of the trailer**
Khali the Killer, written and directed by Jon Matthews, was first released on DVD in November 2018. The story of the flick revolves around the life of a man, played by actor Richard Cabral, who takes on one final job to pay for his grandmother's care but starts sympathising with his intended victims.