Kathmandu, Nepal – Many Private companies including a large IT company in Banglore has announced public holiday on friday as the much awaited movie named “Kabali” is scheduled to release in India and around the world. The technology has its own toll that the movie is available to watch online and it is a damaging story for the film and its audience who has waited and spent millions to produced this movie.
Advance bookings for Rajinikanth’s Kabali have begun and many theaters in South India have claimed that they’re already houseful. However, Kabali is the latest after films like Udta Punjab, Sultan and Great Grand Masti, to have been leaked online.
Gangster film Kabali stars Rajinikanth as a mob boss operating out of Malaysia, where the film has been partly shot. Directed by Pa Ranjith, it co-stars Radhika Apte and Taiwanese actor Winston Chao.
The Madras High Court passed an interim injunction on all Internet Service Providers (ISPs) from illegally downloading the upcoming Rajinikanth starrerKabali, the filmmakers still need to fight against the menace of piracy.
According to a Firstpost report, Kabali film producer S Thanu, in his plea before the high court had pointed out that 70% of the income of 169 licensed ISPs in India, comes from illegal downloads, which is in complete violation of the terms and conditions of the licence.
Several websites have full links that can be accessed to view and download Kabali.