Baahubali 2 war scene leaked online, graphic designer arrested


The story of Baahubali: The Conclusion is a standout amongst the most firmly watched insider facts of the Indian film industry. The second part of the epic arrangement has made a buzz on an extraordinary scale as the initial segment finished on a cliffhanger. Nonetheless, the most exceedingly awful bad dream of the movie producers had worked out as expected. A nine-minute video clasp of the film was released on the web and is presently said to do the rounds via web-based networking media. While the creators are yet to affirm it, the clasp is said to be a piece of film’s critical peak.


The suspect behind the break has been recognized and was captured by the Hyderabad Police in light of the grievance recorded by the movie producers. The suspect is said to be a worker at Hyderabad’s Annapurna Studios.


“It is exceptionally deplorable that a little unfinished video clasp of @BaahubaliMovie was released online yesterday. The individual in charge of the break was related to the assistance of security elements set up and was captured before the end of last night by police and gave over to digital wrongdoing,” tweeted Shobu Yarlagadda of Arka Mediaworks, which is bankrolling the first-class film.


The Baahubali producers instantly found a way to expel the video cut in the subject of the web. Be that as it may, harm appears to have been finished. As per reports, the clasp highlighting driving characters played by Prabhas and Anushka Shetty was initially transferred on the YouTube. The video is presently said to be broadly shared via web-based networking media.


The producers have asked for the fans not to share the unfinished clasp from the film. “True on account of our fans who have alarmed us early and the neighborhood police and digital wrongdoing division for their provoke reaction. We have numerous security components to deflect decisively these sort of circumstances. Be that as it may, filmmaking is a cooperative exertion including 100s of individuals over various areas and we have to chip away at trust,” Shobu included. “Now and then, in exceptionally uncommon cases, this trust is not kept up prompting to this unforgivable and terrible circumstance!”

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