Bollywood

To avoid piracy, the makers changed the 'Dhadak' release date

In order to avoid piracy, the makers have begun to debut in Bollywood with the release date of ‘Dhadk’, the Ajahnavi Kapoor film ‘Dhadk’. The audience has great expectations from this movie and Sridevi’s daughter. The film is about to be released on July 20. Jahnwi and Ishan Khatpar are promoting the film with loudspeakers.

To avoid piracy, the makers changed the 'Dhadak' release date

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This film will also be released in UAE along with India. To avoid piracy, the beats of beats have taken a big step. Movies are usually released on Thursday in UAE, but beats will be released on Friday.

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Trade Analytics Taran Adarsh ​​has tweeted this information. He wrote, “The makers of ‘Sanju’ did not release the film in UAE on Thursday … Even this film was released on Friday as in the rest of the places. Are we now seeing a new trend set in the UAE and Gulf countries? ‘

The print of the movie ‘Sanju’ was also leaked online. The makers suffered heavy losses. Earlier, films were leaked from Dubai and Pakistan but now Bangladesh’s name has also been included in it. It is being said that ‘Sanju’ is leaked from Bangladesh.

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