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Person selling 'Radhe' for 50 rupees despite Salman Khan's million requests, FIR lodged

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Salman Khan’s film ‘Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai’ was recently released on digital platforms including theaters. There was also a tremendous response from the audience to see this film. The news came that the G5 app crashed with the release of the film. Even before the release of this film, Salman Khan released a video and appealed to his fans to go to online platforms and theaters and not promote its piracy.

Despite this, this film was leaked online after which Bhaijaan issued a warning on social media saying that strict action will be taken against those who commit illegal piracy of the film. Now news has come that an FIR has also been lodged with the Cybercrime Unit of Mumbai in this case.

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This complaint has been made by the Entertainment Enterprise, which released the film, in Cyber ​​Cell. An FIR has been registered against a Facebook user in this case. It is being told that that user was selling this film online for 50 rupees and on WhatsApp. The pirated copy of the film was being sold for 50 rupees.

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According to TV9 report, Aparna Desai, the marketing head of Salman Khan Films, informed that the film was being sold online in 5 parts. On this matter, G contacted the piracy agency Epix Software Private Limited and asked him to delete the illegal copy of it.

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Ji got information that a person named Ashwini Raghav is selling this film on Facebook. After this, as a customer, he was approached and asked for the film, on which he asked to transfer 50 rupees. After doing this, he sent a link to a pirated copy of the film, after which an FIR was lodged against Ashwini and two others.

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