‘Udta Punjab’ updates: Puducherry wire channel front pirated copy, HC bans 600 online links

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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.


The pirated chronicle of Udta Punjab shown on Shakti TV. Image from Twitter.

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.

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.