While the Suriya is gearing for a grand release of Singam 3 on Feb 9, producers have a cause for concern. As we all know, movies across industries have fallen prey to the evil game of piracy, countless times. The latest movie to be fighting this piracy battle is Singam 3 . As per an article written by Sreedhar Pillai, Tamil rockers, a piracy website is planning to live-stream Singam 3 on the day of its release at 11am. This website had the audacity to tweet out this news. #MarkYourCalender February 9th is not your day our day.. #TamilRockers. W hat has it come to, when piracy websites proudly make such disturbing announcements, and nothing is done about it. This is taking piracy to whole new level ( read shameful and atrocious) Obviously KE Gnanavel Raja of Studio Green, who happens to be producing Singam 3 is enraged and reportedly will take on this website and make sure he will bring justice to the administrators of the website.
As per the same article, here’s what Gnanavel Raja had stated at the audio launch of Yaman,” “The way pirates are operating in Kollywood, it is eating into the box-office collections. While producers are unsure about financial clearance, b****** Tamilrockers are confidently saying that they will release the pirated print of Si-3 at the said time.” The whole piracy matter has left the industry enraged. Also Read: 5 reasons why Suriya’s Singam 3 is a winner already
Singam 3 will be one of Suriya’s biggest release as it hits 2000 screens all over. It’s the third installment of the popular cop franchise. This project has been helmed by Hari. The movie also stars Anushka Shetty, Shruti Haasan and TV star Thakur Anoop Singh who happens to be making a debut in the Tamil industry with this film. Despite the film being postponed, the buzz around the movie hasn’t fizzled out. As per reports, S3 has already collected Rs 100 crore as part of theatrical and satellite rights. This movie is very important for Suriya and the Tamil industry over all.
Hoping the movie triumphs over these unfair piracy battles, and breaks records at the TN box office.