The Box-Office super-hit film ‘WAR’ was leaked online yesterday by Tamil Rockers. The online piracy website released a few parts on the first day and full film on the second-day itself.
The Hrithik Roshan-Tiger Shroff starrer ‘WAR’ is undoubtedly the most successful film of all times. With smashing advancing bookings collection of Rs 30 cr, first day collections of Rs 53.35 cr and second-day collections of bumper; ‘WAR’ has broken all the box-office records set till date.
The over-hyped film owes its massive success to Hrithik-Tiger fierce Jodi, excellent action sequences and amazing marketing strategy by Yash Raj Films. The film has received mixed reviews so far making it one of the most successful films ever made in the history of Indian cinema.
Hands down, ‘WAR’ is a commercially successful. While the films started with flying colors, its success got bugged by some notorious hackers who leaked the film online.
According to sources, the High Definition version of ‘WAR’ film was leaked on the piracy website TamilRockers on the second day of the release. Even though the website is banned by the Government of India, the users have been successful in getting their hands on the film through proxy servers.
Superstar Hrithik took to his Twitter handle to express his resentment regarding the issue. He urged his fans to report the piracy content as it only takes away from the experience of enjoying a great piece of cinema. The same website is also responsible for leaking South’s biggest film, ‘Sye Raa’ on its second day of release.
Hi Guys! I have a personal request to make. We have made #WAR with a lot of hard work, blood, sweat and love. Please protect our spoilers when you see the film because it will immensely add to everyone’s movie watching experience. Trusting you all with this.
— Hrithik Roshan (@iHrithik) October 1, 2019
Piracy is a growing concern in the country where only Bollywood industry produces over 800 films per year. The industry has been plagued with pirated content which hampers the Box Office collection. The leak of such big-budgeted films definitely affects the numbers which ultimately curbs the film fraternity to invest in films. What are your thoughts about piracy in the film industry?