Singham 3, the much-anticipated movie of superstar Suriya was allegedly screened online hours after it hit the theaters.
Mumbai: Any producer’s vilest nightmare has become realism in the case of Gnanavel Raja, the bankroller of Suriya and Shruti Haasan starrer movie ‘Singham 3’. Certain parts of the movie were screened online on the evening of 9th February 2017, the day when ‘Singham 3’ released.
The websites, who are accountable for illicitly streaming Tamil pictures, had previously claimed that they would be gushing the movie on the day of its release.
Moreover, some of these websites had proclaimed on social media that they had entrance to the original print of the movie on Thursday itself, a day earlier to its release.
In the future of ‘Singham 3’ release, hero Suriya had posted a video on Twitter commending his fans to watch the movie only in theaters.
In the latest past Gnanavel Raja, upon knowing about the claims these piracy bosses were making, had spoken out contrary to illegal streaming of pictures at an event. He also publicized that he is disputing for the upcoming producer’s council elections and if nominated, he would start a clampdown on piracy industry.
This is not the initial time a high-budget movie has been made accessible online on the day of its release. Megastar Hrithik Roshan’s latest revenge drama, ‘Kaabil’, was posted online on several websites in the first two days of its release. These illicit websites gain admission to the print of the movie and live to stream it on ‘Facebook: Live’ straight from the theaters.