Bahubali -2 War Scenes Leaked Video
Crude visual footage of Baahubali-2 was stolen and transferred via web-based networking media without consent, the maker of the film asserted in a dissension with the Cyber Crime police of Hyderabad commissionerate on Tuesday.
Baahubali-2, is a continuation of the multilingual blockbuster film Baahubali: The Beginning, discharged worldwide in 2015.
On Tuesday evening, maker Y Shobhanadri, stopped a grievance affirming that he saw video clippings of Baahubali-2 footage on YouTube and requested that his group discover how it happened.
Subsequent to taking a gander at the five moment video footage being gushed on YouTube, the maker understood that it could have just been stolen from Annapurna Studios, where the footage was given for configuration work.
“The maker’s group likewise discovered that Krishna Dayanand Chowdary, a learner representation planner working at the Annapurna studios stole the footage by signing into the server,” ACP Cyber Crimes, Hyderabad commissionerate, KCS Raghu Vir said.
The group raced to Krishna Dayanand’s home in Tolichowki on Tuesday morning and in Krishna’s nearness, checked his PC.
The film maker told police that his group discovered Baahubali-2’s two video clippings of aggregate nine moment length in Krishna’s PC. Thusly, Krishna admitted to have imparted the video clippings to two of his companions, Aishwarya and Akhil of Vijayawada on Monday night through whatsapp.
The Baahubali-2 group then drew closer the Cyber Crime sleuths and according to bearings of the cops, Krishna called his companions, Aishwarya and Akhil, requesting that they send the motion picture clippings back through whatsapp.
“The video clippings in Krishna’s desktop and the video clippings sent to his telephone by his two companions from Vijayawada are of a similar span and have same varying media content. In the wake of sending the clippings, Krishna erased the substance from his telephone,” the ACP said.
The film unit gave 12 minutes of footage to Annapurna studios for illustrations planning work and Krishna stole nine minutes footage. Out of the stolen footage of five minutes term went on dissemination, police said
Police grabbed Krishna’s PC, his mobile phone and pen drive. Amid resulting cross examination, Krishna encourage admitted that he signed into the PC server at the representation outline unit of Annapurna studios on Monday evening and replicated six minutes varying media footage of the motion picture into his pen drive.