Salman Khan in the film ‘Radhey: Your Most Wanted Bhai’ (Photo Credits: Instagram)
After the case filed by Salman Khan’s Salman Khan’s film ‘Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai’, the Delhi High Court today issued an order to WhatsApp saying that they should stop such users. Those who are distributing the film with illegal means through the app. The film’s distributors had alleged that they were suffering losses due to illegal piracy, after which the matter reached the court.
The Delhi High Court asked WhatsApp to cancel the facility of such users that they are sharing pirated copies of the film online. With this, the court asked the telecom company Jio, Airtel and Vodafone to share the information of those people who are distributing pirated copies of the film so that legal action can be taken on them.
The Delhi High Court said that the complainant has demanded the cancellation and compensation of piracy accounts in his complaint. The complainant said that the original distribution of the film ‘Radhey: Your Most Wanted Bhai’, the owner of its copy right, its theatrical, satellite, OTT are entitled to release.
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It is noteworthy that recently, Zee Enterprise had filed an FIR against one such person who was selling the film ‘Radhey’ on Facebook for Rs 50. The film was released to theaters and digital platforms on 13 May, after which it was leaked online. Now the makers are seen taking strict steps regarding its piracy.