Among the most infamous piracy sites, Movierulz came into play with leak of latest Telugu film Raahu. This leak is not so surprising because Movierulz has done this for most famous movies in the past.
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During lock down, the trend of pirated sites is going up and the owners of these sites are leaking at more high speed. The uptrend is natural as during lock down there is plenty for everyone to watch movies and web series.
Movierulz Leaks ‘Raahu’ Full Movie Online For Download
The majority of audiences wants everything for free. And Movierulz and other sites like Tamilrockers has the solution for them. But due to this, the creators or producers of the film facing huge impact financially.
The filmmakers do hard work and invest their money for the production of high quality movies. But now, they are seeing big down trend in their earnings. Not only Tollywood, Movierulz have their hands dirty in Bollywood, Hollywood and other industries.
Subbu Vedula directed movie stars Swapnika, Abeeram Varma, Kriti Garg and Prabhakar. The thriller film revolves around the life of Bhanu, blindness disorder patient. Due to disorder she is unable to see sometimes which develops stress in her life.
Raahu has nail-biting experience, if someone has watched it over theaters. But now it is not possible as the movie is leaked and coronavirus lock down. There are various notorious websites including Tamilrockers, Jio Rockers, Khatimaza, Bollyshare, Bolly4u etc.
The government authorities and other concerned parties are doing their best to take down these pirated websites. Some of the owners are also arrested in the past. But still, the are working freely by making use of multiple domains with same name and different extensions.
The Google search results removal of Movierulz and others is done by DMCA complaints. Other than that the domains and IP addresses are also blocked by the government of India. But the clever users of Movierulz always find a way to access.
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