The Tamilrockers piracy website has become famous for filtering a large number of highly anticipated films within a day of its theatrical premiere. Now, three major releases – The Lion King, Kadaram Kondan, iSmart Shankar – have been victims of the notorious website.
The live-action adaptation of The Lion King’s Disney was the biggest release of the week. The film directed by Jon Favreau is an updated version of the animated classic of 1994 with photorealistic animation generated by a computer. His goal is to recover the adventures of Simba, who will succeed his father Mufasa as King of the Pride Lands. The movie was accessible at Tamilrockers just hours after it hit screens in the Indian subcontinent.
Tamilrockers leaked The Lion King
The Lion King has been dubbed into three languages in India: Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. Reports claim that the English and Hindi versions of The Lion King have been leaked online. The film, which premiered at 2140 screens in India on July 19, was expecting a large crowd of spectators during the weekend. However, the leak can affect your box office collections.
Tamilrockers leaked iSmart Shankar
The highly anticipated director of action of Puri Jagannadh, iSmart Shankar, has also been leaked by the piracy website. Telugu’s film, starring Ram Pothineni, Nidhhi Agerwal and Nabha Natesh, premiered on Thursday and is now available for download.
Tamilrockers continues to work through proxy servers despite being on the radar of the authorities. It is reported that Tamilrockers continues to change its domain, which makes blocking the website difficult.
Kadaram Kondan, which opened its doors to positive reviews, could not escape the clutches of piracy. The film joins the list of the main films of South India such as K13, Petta, Viswasam, Vanathaan Rajavathaan Varuven, Kanchana 3. which were made available for download and illegal transmission hours after its release.
Directed by Rajesh Selva and produced by Kamal Haasan, Kadaram Kondan presents Tamil stars Vikram and Akshara Haasan in the lead roles.
Several attempts have been made to stop the threat of online piracy. However, websites like Tamilrockers operate with impunity. Earlier, members of the Indian Film Federation (FFI) called for more government attention to issues related to online piracy, as it is a growing concern for the Indian film industries in general.
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