Publish Date: 25 Jan, 2023
Shahrukh Khan’s Pathaan was slated for release on January 25th 2023, the film is currently one of the most talked and gushed over topics among the fans online, the first reviews of SRK-Deepika starrer is also garnering a lot of positive reviews and is currently hailed as the blend of everything Bollywood was craving for. However, unfortunately a day ahead of its release I.e on 24th January 2023, it was reported that Pathaan full movie in HD print was leaked online on various social media platforms and torrent websites. Read the full report.
Pathaan full movie in HD print leaked online
A few reports since yesterday are constantly claiming the leak of Shahrukh Khan’s comeback movie Pathaan a day ahead of it’s grand premiere in cinemas. According to Zoom, websites such as Tamilrockers, Filmy4wap, Filmyzilla, Mp4movies, Pagalworld, and Vegamovies are responsible for the same.The film is reportedly available for download in 1080p, 720p, 480p, 360p, 240p, and HD.
Further it was also quoted that the film was released in HD format which means people who were eager to watch Pathaan and might not have got a chance to book the ticket maybe due to the rush in advance booking or any other reason can have the access to the movies for free. This was indeed a major concern for the makers of the film who left no stones unturned in making Pathaan a theatrical hit before releasing it on OTT platforms.
Additionally, industry insiders predict that if the movie is leaked online, it will significantly alter its box office results. The websites where the film was leaked could face harsh legal actions from the makers. Pathaan's trailer leaked a few days ago, and talk about the movie's leak had already begun to circulate. But it appears that not even the concern about piracy can stop the great appeal of Pathaan in this country. There was a roar of excitement when Pathaan's pre-booking began. 'Pathan,' starring Shah Rukh Khan, is expected to earn between Rs 45 and Rs 50 crore at the box office, according to industry insiders.
Piracy is illegal
Say no to piracy and pirated content. We urge our readers to not fall for such pirated content online. The Copyright Act of 1957 defines piracy as a crime. According to the Cinematograph Act of 2019, anyone caught leaking a film without the producers' agreement is subject to a fine of up to Rs 10 lakh and a prison sentence of up to 3 years.