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Salman Khan's Radhe Leaked Controversy: Salman Khan's manager lodged a complaint with Mumbai Police against the piracy of 'Radhey'

Salman Khan’s film ‘Radhey’ (Photo Credits: Twitter)

Salman Khan’s Radhe Leaked Controversy: The manager of Bollywood actor Salman Khan has lodged a complaint in the Mumbai Police’s Cybercrime Cell against the illegal distribution and piracy of the leaked copy of the film ‘Radhey’. This complaint has been registered with the cyber department at BKC, Mumbai. Salman Khan’s film ‘Radhey: Your Most Wanted Bhai’, released on May 13, was leaked on Telegram, WhatsApp and other illegal piracy websites.

Angered by this, Salman Khan and his team have taken strict action against the culprits. Now the cybercrime cell is busy tracking these websites from where this film has been leaked on the Internet. People are watching Radhe by downloading Radhe Movie Free Download from these websites.

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According to the report of the Times of India, no FIR has been filed in this case at the moment. In its written complaint, Zee Entertainment Enterprises said that the cyber cell is engaged in the investigation of the case. The pirated copy of the film is being spread on WhatsApp and Telegram.

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Significantly, angry with piracy, Salman Khan had warned and tweeted on Saturday, “We gave you a chance to see Radhe for a very low price of the view at Rs. 249 and despite this, piracy sites are showing the film illegally.” Which is a big crime. Cyber ​​cell is taking action against illegal sites in this case. Please do not participate in it or else action can also be taken against you. Please understand this, otherwise you may get into trouble with the cyber cell. “

Cyber ​​Cell’s DCP Rashmi Karandikar has said that after the release of the film on the OTT platform, she has received a complaint about its leaking. Investigations have started in this case and preparations are being made to clamp down on the source websites of piracy.

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