Telugu hit film Uppena starring Vaisshnav Tej and Krithi Shetty has hit the theatres recently and is performing extremely well at the box office. However, the film has been leaked online on piracy site Tamilrockers, Movierulz, Telegram among many others. The film is out there for free of charge HD download on the piracy sites. Also Read – Pagglait Leaked Online, Full HD Available for free of charge Download Online on Tamilrockers and Other Torrent Sites
Vaisshnav Tej and Krithi Shetty aced their acting with much perfection. The film is jointly bankrolled by Sukumar, Naveen Yerneni and Y. Shankar , under their respective banners Sukumar Writings and Mythri Movie Makers.
The online streaming giant Netflix has also announced that the film are going to be released on the OTT platform soon leaving the distributers irked. Also Read – Saina Movie Leaked Online, Full HD Available for free of charge Download Online on Tamilrockers and Other Torrent Sites
However, this is often not the primary time, the piracy website leaked a movie or a show. Earlier, films and shows like Lahore Confidential, Pudhu Kaalai, Sufiyum Sujatayum, AK vs AK, Laxmii, Ashram 2, Ludo, Chhalaang, Dark, Rasbhari, Bulbbul, Paatal Lok, Aarya, Penguin, Gulabo Sitabo, Chintu Ka Birthday, Choked, Ratkanchal, Ghoomketu, Betaal, Illegal, husband , The Raikar Case, Hundred, Extraction, Hasmukh, Money Heist, The Lion King, Frozen 2 among others became the target of the piracy sites.
Several strict actions against the location are taken within the past but it’s been found that the team behind the location appears with a replacement domain whenever the prevailing Tamilrockers site is blocked. If they’re banned, they take a replacement domain and runs the pirated versions of the films . within the case of the large theatre releases, Tamilrockers is understood to leak the films just a couple of hours after the films have hit the screens.
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