Updated: October 23, 2018 4:05:36 pm
Tamil Film Producers Council’s (TFPC) anti-piracy cell has suspended a list of domains for pirating new releases Vada Chennai and Sandakozhi 2. The list of domains that have been suspended by the TFPC includes http://tamilrockers.hn, http://tamildbox.online, http://tmvplay.fun, http://tmrockers.pw, http://octloan.pw and http://goldminesmovies.online.
The official Twitter handle of the TFPC shared a post which read, “http://tamilrockers.hn, http://tamildbox.online, http://tmvplay.fun,
http://tmrockers.pw, http://octloan.pw, http://goldminesmovies.online. List of domains that have been suspended by TFPC Anti Piracy Cell for pirating the movies #VadaChennai & #Sandaikozhi2. #KillPiracy.”
While Sandakozhi 2 features Vishal in the lead, Vada Chennai stars Dhanush as the main protagonist. This is not the first time that the Tamil film industry is facing issues related to piracy. Aditi Balan’s Aruvi had to battle piracy after the film was leaked on the internet only a day after its release. Samantha’s U Turn, Superstar Rajinikanth’s Kaala and Seema Raja were leaked online as well.
List of domains that has been suspended by TFPC Anti Piracy Cell for pirating the movies #VadaChennai & #Sandaikozhi2.#KillPiracy pic.twitter.com/4y0dkBShgC
— TFPC ANTI PIRACY CELL (@TFPC_Antipiracy) October 20, 2018
While Sandakozhi 2 has received average reviews, Dhanush’s Vada Chennai is being praised by critics and the audience alike. “It is not the story that stands out in Vada Chennai. It is how beautifully Vetrimaaran has captured the lifestyle of a place, which is so close and yet so far away from the advancement of modern civilization,” indianexpress.com’s film critic Manoj Kumar wrote in his review of the movie.
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