Baahubali-2 video leaked on YouTube

Shobhit Kalra
Published on: 22 Nov 2016 5:45 PM GMT
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Hyderabad: A raw video of the much awaited flick Baahubali-2 was published on social platforms without the permission of the makers, alleged the film’s producer in a complaint with the Cyber Crime police of Hyderabad commissionerate on Tuesday.

It is to be known that Baahubali-2 is a sequel to the multilingual blockbuster movie Baahubali: The Beginning, which created a rave amongst audiences in 2015.

Producer Y Shobhanadri lodged a complaint on Tuesday evening claiming that he came across the video clippings of Baahubali-2 on YouTube and immediately asked his team members to find out how all this happened.

Post watching the entire five minute footage on YouTube, he understood that it could have only been stolen from Annapurna Studios, where he had submitted the footage for designing work.

"The producer's team soon came to know that Krishna Dayanand Chowdary, who is a trainee graphics designer at the Annapurna studios, logged into the server and stole the footage," said ACP Cyber Crimes, Hyderabad commissionerate, KCS Raghu Vir.

His team then rushed to Krishna Dayanand's house in Tolichowki on Tuesday morning and checked his computer in his presence.

The producer told the police that his team recovered Baahubali-2's two video clippings of total nine minute length in Krishna's computer. Later, Krishna also confessed to have shared the video clippings with his two friends on Monday night using Whatsapp.

Police later said that they would not only write to YouTube to block Baahubali-2 footage available online but would also ask for the IP address and account details of the video uploader.

Shobhit Kalra

Shobhit Kalra

Writer has 10 years of experience in digital media. Presently working as Chief Sub Editor at newstrack.com. An avid reader and always willing to learn new things and techniques.

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