Under attack from piracy, Kacha Sudeep’s Vikrant Rona’s screening at Molbagal Govt.

Kacha Sudeep’s film Vikrant Runa has become a victim of piracy. The new film hit theaters on July 28 and was leaked online hours after its theatrical release. According to social media reports, the action-adventure thriller film has been leaked by pirated websites like TamilRockerz, Tamilmv, filmyzilla, Movierulz, and a few other torrent sites.

Amidst all this, the film was recently screened for students at Moolabagal Government School. It is learned that the film was screened by a warden at Morarji School Katandalahalli in Mulbagal, a town in Karnataka. After this matter came to light, the film’s producer Jack Manju expressed his anger and said that he will start a legal battle. Talking about piracy, Sudeep said, “If the effect you get in cinema is happening on mobile, watch it on mobile.”

The film team has requested the fans to report the piracy link of the film on –AntiPiracyAiPlex.com.

The third day collection of Vikrant Rona is as follows:

On Friday, the Anup Bhandari directorial collected between 20-25 crores. It was speculated that the collection of the film is likely to increase this weekend, but it seems that these reports were false. Meanwhile, the film has garnered praise from all quarters for its top-notch visuals in 3D and Kiccha Sudeep’s crazy performance.

The film is produced by Manjunath and Shalini Gowda. Vikrant Runa is an adventure mystery thriller and also stars Nirup Bhandari and Neetha Ashok in lead roles. Jacqueline Fernandez is playing the female lead in the film.

Vikrant Rona not only hit theaters in regional Indian languages ​​including Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Hindi but also in some foreign languages ​​– Arabic, German, Russian, Mandarin, English etc.

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