The wait of 4 long years is finally coming to an end as Shahrukh Khan returns to cinema screens today with his movie Pathaan hitting the theatres. The movie is directed by Siddharth Anand and co-stars Deepika Padukone and John Abraham in prominent roles. It is a part of Yashraj Film’s spy universe that will also include Salman Khan and Hrithik Roshan. Ever since, the advance booking of Pathaan opened, it has broken all records with 5 lakh+ tickets sold on Day 1 of pre-booking. However, it seems in today’s digital age nothing can remain safe from piracy as Pathaan’s full movie has been leaked online via torrent sites.
Some recent reports claim that the Pathaan movie is available for streaming and downloading on various torrent websites like Tamilrockers, Filmyzilla, and Filmy4wap. While one website mentions it to be a ‘Camrip’ print, others have used the ‘DVD rip’ tag to classify the print. The movie is reportedly available in 1080p, 720p, 480p, 360p, 240p, and HD qualities. This is not the first time that Pathaan has been hit by piracy, earlier too after Besharam Rang song controversy, the trailer of the movie was leaked before it was officially unveiled. Although it is an illegal offense for any site to upload a movie before its release, there are 1000s of torrent sites that do the same without any consideration.
This surely affects the entire hard work that the team has been putting in for years and also undermines the viewing experience of those who are yet to watch the movie. Yashraj Films also took to Twitter to request everyone to refrain from recording any videos, sharing them online, and giving any spoilers.
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About the movie
Shahrukh Khan plays an agent who will tackle an unprecedented terror threat. He will be seen teaming up with Deepika Padukone to fight against terrorist leader Jim, played by John Abraham.
SRK also has movies like Jawaan and Dunki in his kitty that is slated to release in 2023.
Disclaimer- We, at Smartprix, also condemn piracy and urge the readers to watch the film only in theatres and eventually on official OTT platforms like Netflix, Prime Video, and Hotstar. Piracy is a criminal offense under the Copyright Act of 1957, so we would request you refrain from participating in or encouraging piracy in any form.