The two-minute video leak of Baahubali 2 was one of the most unexpected and shocking incidents this week.
The makers of Baahubali, ARKA Media Works filed a police complaint and after an investigation, the police arrested Krishna Dayanand, the graphic designer and video editor of the film.
After an inquiry with the accused, it is said that he has confessed about the entire leak issue. Krishna has apparently revealed that he, along with six other friends, leaked the Baahubali 2 video through online media forums and made it viral.
The Cyber Crime police have also arrested these six youngsters, out of which, three are engineering and three are undergrads. The police have reportedly seized the smart phones and other electronic gadgets that belonged to these six people.
It is also said that the police found another video clip from Krishna’s laptop, but this time from a different movie, Om Namo Venkatesaya, the Nagarjuna starrer.
Why can’t Mumbai police listen to impassioned appeals from the Bollywood artistes and producers who lose money due to online piracy do something like this? It is the south that has to take the lead always? – CINEWS