Udta Punjab has been expelled on its scheduled date of 17 July, though news around a film hasn’t died yet.
After a untouched chronicle was leaked online only days before a release, allegedly by a CBFC itself, and after Punjab and Haryana High Courts gave a clearway to a film, there’s still some difficulty brewing. However, what is applause-worthy is a support that a film is receiving from all corners: a film industry, audiences and even a law.
According to this Mumbai Mirror report, a Bombay High Court has alerted military officials to extend all kinds of support to anathema any online links to a lead duplicate of Udta Punjab. They have already criminialized 600 links and are on a lookout for more.
Meanwhile, a wire TV channel in Puducherry motionless to give dual hoots to a law, and promote a whole leaked duplicate of a film.
According to this news by The News Minute, Shakti TV is scandalous for display pirated versions of a latest Bollywood movies. It was forked out by nothing other than Tamil actor Suriya.
Fight opposite Piracy!!Spread recognition that it’s a crime!! Yet to recover film #killpiracysavecinema #itsnowornever pic.twitter.com/igs2phGX03
— Suriya Sivakumar (@Suriya_offl) Jun 16, 2016
Looks like Shakti TV only couldn’t wait compartment Saturday, like Anurag Kashyap had requested audiences to do. Read the examination of Udta Punjab here.