Ayushmann Khurrana starrer Bala movie LEAKED online by Tamilrockers within hours of release

Ayushmann Khurrana’s recent release Bala, which had hit the theatres on November 8, has become the recent target of piracy. The movie has been leaked online by piracy giant Tamilrockers.
Ayushmann Khurrana starrer Bala LEAKED online by Tamilrockers within hours of releaseAyushmann Khurrana starrer Bala LEAKED online by Tamilrockers within hours of release
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Piracy has turned out to be a menace for Bollywood filmmakers and it seems all the measures to curb it are going in vain as of now. While most of the big releases have been targeted by piracy giant Tamilrockers, the recent one to come in its radar is Ayushmann Khurrana starrer Bala. The movie, which has been the talk of the town for a while now, was made available on the piracy website for free download within hours of its theatrical release.

To note, this Amar Kaushik directorial was released on November 8 and opened to positive reviews from both the audience and the critics alike. While Bala is expected to have a great run at the box office given the rave reviews it has been receiving so far, this online leak might affect its overall collection. Besides, the movie, which also stars Yami Gautam and Bhumi Pednekar, will also be facing a box office competition with Sunny Singh’s Ujda Chaman which also deals with premature balding.

ALSO READ: Bala Movie Review: Ayushmann, Yami and Bhumi's entertaining film will get you over a bad hair day

Interestingly, Bala is not the first movie that has been targeted by Tamilrockers within a day of release. Earlier, the notorious website had leaked biggies like Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Roshan’s War, Akshay Kumar’s Housefull 4, Taapsee Pannu and Bhumi Pednekar’s Saand Ki Aankh etc. On the other, the Kollywood biggies like Thalapathy Vijay’s Bigil and Karthi’s Kaithi couldn’t escape the piracy menace and were also leaked online.

Reportedly, several measures have been taken to ban Tamilrockers. In fact, Madras High Court had also directed the internet providers to ban 12,000 illegal websites, which included over 2,000 websites operated by Tamilrockers. However, it continues to operate through different proxy urls.

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