One of the most notorious website, Tamilrockers surprised their users by leaking Anushka Shetty’s Nishabdham. The pirated content has increased a lot these days on the internet. Tamilrockers let its user to download or stream copyrighted for free of cost.
It is reported that Tamilrockers are making use of torrent files to distribute the content. The creators across the world are experience huge losses because of them. The great technology of internet impacts the producers a lot.
Anushka Shetty’s ‘Nishabdham’ Leaked By Tamilrockers
Nishabdham was scheduled to release on 2nd April. But due to coronavirus pandemic, they have to delay the date. Hemant Madhukar directed film is a remake movie from Hollywood. As always the South Indian content is famous across the country and it has already created a lot of buzz in the market.
The movie stars Anushka Shetty, R. Madhavan, Anjali, Michael Madsen, Subbaraju, Shalini Pandey and Srinivas Avasarala. It is reported to shot in Telugu and Tamil in parallel. And the Hindi version is also prepared for the North Indian audience.
Anushka has done fabulous work of a mute artist. The movie features the romantic journey of the actress with her husband turns into tragic as she become a witness of the murder scene. This twist created buzz around the audiences.
What the concerned authorities are doing for the leaks by Tamilrockers?
The first authority came into the picture is DMCA which removes copyrighted content from the web visibility such as search engines. The government authorities are continously taking down numerous servers and domain linked to Tamilrockers.
But there are hundreds of domains and servers are there. Not only this there are other players in the pirated market which are well known including Movierulz, Khatrimaza, Tamilyogi etc.
The significant amount of pirated content is only available via torrents. One can find almost anything from torrent sites like games, software, films, TV series, songs and much more.
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