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Yes, Traffic Signal is now available on Indian Netflix. It arrived for online streaming on January 25, 2020.

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Traffic Signal

Traffic Signal
Netflix India

  1 / 5 (compiled from 1 review source)
Indian Netflix Release: January 25, 2020
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Crime Movies, Dramas, Independent Movies, Hindi-Language Movies, Crime Dramas, Social Issue Dramas, Gangster Movies, Indian Movies
Director(s): Madhur Bhandarkar

Synopsis

Four characters coexist at an urban traffic signal, where all manage to make a meager living until events threaten the source of their livelihood. Their lives are dark, but they have a light. A traffic signal. All they have to do is keep it blinking.

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Cast

Kunal Khemu, Neetu Chandra, Konkona Sen Sharma, Upendra Limaye, Ranvir Shorey, Sudhir Mishra, Nassar Abdulla, Manoj Joshi

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