Further to the leak of the film 'Attarintiki Daredi', the film producers, along with the Film Chamber officials convened a pressmeet to inform the fans and film goers that investigation is going on full guns and the criminals will be captured anytime soon. They requested the Power star fans to hold their nerve and be patient for the hiccup to be resolved smoothly and proper grounds are prepared for the actual film to be released on the 9th of October worldwide theatrically.
Burugupalli Siva Rama Krishna, Hon'ble secretary, AP Film Chamber of Commerce said 'Not just the film producers but the entire industry is shocked by the news of the leakage of the film on social media. We have met the DGP Dinesh Reddy and he also promised the intervention of Cyber Crime division into the matter immediately. We are tracking each and every possibility of the source like the post production studio, DI, sound and the projection theater etc and will be able to bring the culprits to law.
The producer BVSN Prasad categorically denied any influence of political nature in the whole episode saying 'We see this as a mischief by some stupid individuals, not any organizations. However, the loss could be insurmountable and if not curbed now, it might just go out of hand. I request the fans to keep watch on the leaks coming up and inform us thru the telephone and email IDs we have provided. We made the film for you and you are the custodians of the film'
Raj Kumar, the cyber vigilance expert of AP Film Chamber said 'We have already plugged in a few holes and deleted several torrents. It's becoming more and more challenging for us to track the sources since the rate of multiplication is so ominously high that within 30-40 minutes, its spreading across the globe. In this scenario, we request the audience and the fans of the star to keep an eye on the torrents that occur on their profiles and report to us'
Meanwhile, the social media is abuzz with the leak news and the reactions are strong on condemning the piracy. Fans look to be already keeping a tab on the torrents and reporting them to the police.
IndiaGlitz calls for an unequivocal war against the piracy with everyone including the Industry members, Government, Police and most importantly, the audience in killing Piracy and save the film industry which has one aim, to entertain. Lest The Industry Cry Which Makes Us Smile... We request all film fans to inform 18004250111, 9490164545 Or firstname.lastname@example.org
Watch Attarrintiki Daaredi Trailers