Mahira Khan’s Bollywood make a big appearance motion picture Raees was the most pirated film of 2017, Indian media wrote about Thursday.
As indicated by a German theft tracker, more than six million clients shared Raees in distributed systems.
“I would love people to see Raees but not this way. It’s frustrating and all the more disheartening because the pirated prints are now getting HD quality,” the movie’s chief, Rahul Dholakia, told an Indian news outlet.
“You put so much money and effort and theatrical sales get badly affected.”
Dholakia said that the discussion of the film being transferred online had begun when it was being released. “I kept getting calls from the United States. On the day of the release, we brought it down on 175 sites.”
A report expressed that India represents 60 percent of the aggregate document sharers of pirated motion pictures on the web, while Pakistan represents 16 percent.
In the rundown of most pirated motion pictures, Raees was trailed by Hrithik Roshan’s Kaabil, which was released on the same date as of Raees. According to the German theft tracker, around five million viewed Kaabil on the web.
The motivation behind why Bollywood films are pirated is absence of solidarity, chief of the film, Sanjay Gupta, told Pinkvilla.
He included uncontrolled theft did not exist in the south as they took an assembled remain against the issue. “Bollywood is far from united,” Gupta said.