Pailwaan's piracy has created quite a storm in the Kannada film industry. Although the issue has always been prevalent, and several films have fallen prey to cybercrime, none had an impact as much as Sudeep's latest did. Now that the police are looking into the matter as well, Pailwaan team is being extremely vocal about fighting piracy. Sudeep took to Twitter a while ago to share a post, which is being interpreted in various ways. But, Kiccha himself has stated that he wouldn't be in peace until he gets to the root of the issue. Was his warning directed at Darshan fans? Read further...
"Should say, Things r jus getting interesting. N I shall not rest til I get to th root of it ... Those,, from here,, who played wth our hard work,,, shall pay. I'm more interested in th pirates than the piracy." - (sic)
Warning For Darshan Fans?
It is being said that the Pailwaan makers lost nearly Rs 5 crore of business due to the online leak. Is Sudeep's latest post, which also seems like a warning, directed at Darshan's fans? Just yesterday, the police arrested one of D Boss' die-hard fans, who admitted to Pailwaan's online leak.
Sudeep Thankful For The Support
He shared another tweet to thank his fans and friends for supporting him through this. Sudeep wrote, "I wanna thank all those frnz n families who have stood by us n supported us by watching th film at the theater n not through any pirated links. This showcases ur personality and ur sensitive approach towards our hard work n honesty. Mch luv n thanks once again to each one." - (sic)
Over 3,000 Links Acquired
On September 19, Pailwaan producer Swapna Krishna submitted 3,000 links pertaining to Pailwaan's online leak to the cyber police. Yesterday, a man named Rakesh was arrested for sharing the links on his social media accounts.