Tamil Nadu bus driver held for screening 24’s pirated copy
A bus driver in Tamil Nadu was nabbed for screening the pirated copy of Suriya-starrer 24.regional movies Updated: May 19, 2016 17:10 IST
In a move that should work as a deterrent to the problem of piracy across Indian cinema, members of Nadigar Sangam on Thursday nabbed the driver of a private bus in Tamil Nadu for screening the pirated copy of Suriya-starrer Tamil thriller 24. According to producer Gnanavel Raja, the bus, travelling from Dindigul to Chennai, screened the film on Wednesday night.
“We received a tip-off about the film being screened in the bus last night. We alerted the anti-piracy cell and around 5 am earlier today, the police took the driver into custody when the bus had reached its destination in Chennai,” said Raja.
“Severe action should be taken against the driver and the bus owner to ensure that such acts are not repeated,” Raja said. Just two days ago, the anti-piracy squad had arrested another bus driver for screening the pirated copy of Udhayanidhi Stalin-starrer Tamil drama Manithan.
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