Raaz Reboot: How so many films are getting leaked online?
The 37-year-old actor while requesting the people to refrain from watching the leaked version and giving the movie a “fair chance” tweeted,bollywood Updated: Sep 14, 2016 13:57 IST
After Emraan Hashmi’s upcoming horror flick Raaz Reboot became the latest victim of piracy, the actor made an appeal to his fan to see the movie only in theaters.
The 37-year-old actor while requesting the people to refrain from watching the leaked version and giving the movie a “fair chance” tweeted.
“About twenty minutes ago, I decided to unwind a bit and go to twitter. I usually look at t as a way to connecting with my fans, who I look at as an extension of my family.It’s always a positive experience connecting with them. But the first thing I saw a few moments back was the trends list which to my horror was Raaz Reboot leaked. A lot of work goes into a film, whether good or bad. A lot of people toil away, striving to entertain you as well as run their kitchens.”
“Piracy is a rampant problem, as we have seen over the past few months with a few movies that have been leaked online before their theoretical release. I won’t add fuel to the fire by harping about conspiracy theories.I won’t point fingers. I don’t intend to get into public mud-slinging match. Instead I will request you to give the film a fair chance by watching it in theaters. It’s a request, which I think everyone sensible will entertain,” added the Gangster star.
#RaazReboot is to be watched in the theatres. Stay away from piracy please!— emraan hashmi (@emraanhashmi) September 13, 2016
We have worked for 14 years to create the raaz franchise. Don't let piracy destroy it. Watch in the theatres please.— Mahesh Bhatt (@MaheshNBhatt) September 13, 2016
The movie also starring Kriti Kharbanda opposite Emraan will hit the theatres on September 16.