Rajinikanth’s Upcoming Flick Kabali Has Not Leaked Online

Kabali Has Not Leaked Online: The makers of superstar Rajinikanth-starrer “Kabali”, which is slated for release on Friday, have clarified that the film has not leaked online, contrary to some reports.

Rajinikanth’s Upcoming Flick Kabali Has Not Leaked Online

Rajinikanth’s Upcoming Flick Kabali Has Not Leaked Online

Rajinikanth’s fans were shocked to find reports which claimed that nearly 30 minutes of the film were leaked online. The makers of superstar Rajinikanth-starrer Kabali, which is slated for release on Friday, have clarified that the film has not leaked online, contrary to some reports.

On Tuesday, reports surfaced online that Kabali had leaked even before release.  “These are just baseless rumours circulated for fun. There’s no truth in reports that ‘Kabali’ has leaked online. Producer Kalaipuli S. Thanu plans to officially address the matter via a statement,” a source from the film’s unit told a news portal.

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In “Kabali”, Rajinikanth plays a don who fights for equal pay rights for Tamils in Malaysia. Directed by Pa. Ranjith, the film also stars Radhika Apte, Dhansikaa, Dinesh, Kalaiarasan and Ritwika and Winston Chao among others.

Earlier a news daily had quoted Pahlaj Nihalani over the leaks. CBFC (Central Board of Film Certification) chief  expressed grave concern over big films being leaked online. He said, “Now, the pirates have not spared Rajinikanth either! Kabali was censored in Chennai, so it had nothing to do with our office in Mumbai. Earlier, there was Salman Khan’s Sultan. However, I don’t think collections of films with iconic stars will get affected by the leaks. It is the smaller films featuring non-A-listers, which get hit by the leaks.Great Grand Masti is a case in point.”

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Some fans are seething over unavailability of tickets because they were allegedly sold in bulk to corporates. “We don’t have issues with the ticket prices. It’s once in two or three years, you get a Thalaivar (Rajinikanth’s) film. If you can’t shell out Rs 1,000 for your matinee idol, then what kind of a fan are you,” asks Muralikrishna, a chartered accountant.

However the movie is on not available on file sharing platforms like torrent, there are some unauthorized links to the film available. The makers are trying their best to remove the unauthorized links.

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