Has the latest Rajnikanth starrer been beaten to the theatres by the pirates? According to reports from the Dark Web, there are several links being provided to view the film.
Says a source linked to the production, “We’ve contacted the authorities to pull down all these unauthorized links to the film. However this is a Rajnikanth film. It is difficult to contain let alone control the excitement for a film starring the Thalaiva.”
While trying to keep the matter as hushed as possible to prevent more leakage the film’s makers are making a secret plea to Rajnijanth’s fans to not watch their Deity’s latest creation being desecrated by its illegal pre-release screening on the internet.
Censor chief Pahlaj Nihalani expresses grave concern over big films being leaked online. “Now the pirates have not spared Rajnikanth either!Kabali was censored in Chennai, so it had nothing to do with our office inMumbai. Earlier there was Salman Khan’s Sultan. I don’t think collections of films with iconic stars will get affected by the leakage. It is the smaller films featuring non-A-listers which get hit by the leakage. Great GrandMasti is a case in point.”