CRB Tech reviews came across this news of Kabali being leaked online.
Three days before its release, Rajinikanth's upcoming film Kabali first ended up stuck in an unfortunate situation when reports turned out that the film had been released on the web. A few reports however rubbished the news as only bits of gossip.
In any case, looks like the leak online, is still an issue tormenting the film, with the opening sequence of the film discovering its way to the web a day preceding the motion picture's release. Not the first film to face piracy.
The spilled scene resembles Rajinikanth's entry sequence in the film, where he's getting released from jail. Kabali's opening scene has now entered into the Facebook and YouTube territory as well. The film releases on July 22 in more than 4000 screens crosswise over India.
Makers of the film had beforehand gone to the High Court to keep this issue, however it surely hasn't completely helped their case.
Fans all over the world are sitting tight anxiously for the Rajinikanth-starrer to release. A few offices in Chennai have even announced a holiday to stamp the event. While this may not hamper the film industry prospects in any capacity, it surely is disillusioning news for all Thalaiva fans holding up to catch his look on the big screen.
Apparently, the film had a special screening with lead actor Rajinikanth in the US yesterday (June 20). Since the early on scene has been released on the web, one may contemplate in the event that somebody present at the screening had supposedly released the scene.
Passing by the Facebook post, a website by the name TamilRockers.com has obviously released the motion picture on the web. Yet, it's not clear if the reports are valid or only a deception.
Talking about the leak hoax, a source close to the unit said,"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."
Directed by Pa Ranjith, Kabali highlights Rajinikanth in the role of a Malaysian gangster.
The film, which will also be released in Hindi and Telugu languages, also features Kishore, Dinesh, Radhika Apte, Dhanshika, Kalaiarasan and Taiwanese film actor Winston Chao.
Tipped to be founded on the narrative of a genuine gangster, Kabali has been dominatingly shot in Malaysia. On July 29, the film will likewise be dubbed and released in Malay.
Produced by Kalaipuli S Thanu, the film has music by Santhosh Narayanan.
CRB Tech reviews hopes that the film will be as successful as any other Rajini film, if not more. The Kabali team must be eagerly waiting for the movie review.