The movie is yet to be released!
From the very moment when the trailer of the film 'Toilet: Ek Prem Katha' was launched, the film was in the news for all the good reasons. The movie starring Akshay Kumar and Bhumi Pednekar is in a great trouble now. Slated to be released on August 15, 'Toilet: Ek Prem Katha' is leaked online. The copy of the film has been leaked but is still inaccessible to the public.
Director turned choreographer Remo D'Souza came up with the news of this incident of piracy and also made the filmmakers aware of it.
While talking to The Indian Express, Remo said, "I met someone who told me that he already has the movie (Toilet: Ek Prem Katha) on his pen drive. Initially, I didn't believe him, but he seemed serious, and told me to check that for myself. When I checked the pen drive, it contained the movie, and I was shocked. I first called Akshay Sir, but since he was in London, he was unavailable. Then I called up Prerna Arora, the producer, told her about the situation, Director Shree Narayan Singh came and collected the pen drive from me. They will be taking legal action against piracy, and I will talk to Akshay sir once he is back."
Akshay Kumar who is in the lead role in the film took to his Twitter account to send a message to his fans and followers. In his tweet, Akshay urges to his fans to say NO to piracy.
'Toilet: Ek Prem Katha', the movie which shattered all the records, within two days of its trailer release, deals with the issues of sanitation which is one of the major problems faced in the rural areas of our country. The film is scheduled to be released on the Independence Day this year.
Soon after this news went viral, KriArj Entertainment issued an official statement assuring all movie buffs that everything is under control.
This isn't the first time when a Bollywood flick got leaked even before its release. Udta Punjab, released on June 17 last year, got leaked four days before its release.
Here's Toilet: Ek Prem Katha trailer, for all those who haven't seen it yet.
Guys, stand against piracy and hit the theatres to watch this film.