Shocking! Baahubali 2 War Climax Scene Leaked Online, Culprit Arrested!

Shocking! Baahubali 2 War Climax Scene Leaked Online, Culprit Arrested!

Nowadays makers of the film are being very cautious when it comes to guarding their film against being leaked online before the release.  But unfortunately, the industry is far from protecting their films due to the expert culprits who leak something or other.  One such recent case is of film Baahubali2: The Conclusion, which is a humongous project being directed by SS Rajamouli. As the film is being made on large scale with a high budget, it’s obvious that a small team would not be enough.

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The larger than life film needs the participation of hundreds of editors, graphic designers, crew members and much more. As per reports, Baahubali 2’s unedited six-minute clip from the film leaked on Tuesday. The film, which made ways to the Internet, is claimed to be the climax scene of the film. As per media reports, the culprit who did this was a graphic designer. He has been already arrested on Tuesday for allegedly stealing and uploading the video on YouTube.

The producer of Baahubali has lodged a complaint with the cyber crime of Hyderabad police after he came across the leaked video.  The assistant commissioner of police gave his statement about how a trainee graphic designer stole the film’s clipping from the editing studio. The graphic designer also forwarded the clip to his two friends and later formatted his phone in order to play safe from being caught.

The film had been given for graphic designing at Annapurna Studio here. The producer’s team found that one Krishna Dayanand Chowdary, a trainee graphic designer, accessed the server of Annapurna Studio and stole the film’s clipping,” Assistant Commissioner of Police (Cyber Crimes) Raghuveer said. 

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“We have many security features to deter precisely these kind of situations. However, film making is a collaborative effort involving 100’s of people across multiple locations and we need to work on trust! Sometimes in very rare cases this trust is not maintained leading to this unpardonable and unfortunate situation,” film’s producer Shobhu Yarlagadda wrote on Twitter.


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