Raaz Reboot Falls In The Trap Of Piracy


This year has been a rather unfortunate one for Bollywood. Big-budget Hindi movies are being leaked one after the other and it is coming as a shock to B-town celebrities. Just a few months ago, movies like Anurag Kashyap’s Udta Punjab, Indra Kumar’s Great Grand Masti, and YRF’s Sultan became prey to piracy. Even a few important scenes of Akshay Kumar’s Rustom and Hrithik Roshan’s Mohenjo Daro were leaked post the release. Now reports say that the latest film to be added to the list of leaks is Vikram Bhatt’s Raaz Reboot.

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Raaz Reboot Gets Leaked Online

The film, that stars Emraan Hashmi, Kriti Kharbanda, and Gaurav Arora, is scheduled to release on the 16th of September. Raaz Reboot is the fourth part of the horror franchise. We have also earlier reported to you that the Bhatt camp will be putting an end to the 14 year-long series with this flick.

However, according to sources, the movie has been leaked on the internet. In fact, the download links of the film are circulating openly on the net. This has disturbed the makers and star cast of the film. Emraan Hashmi took to Twitter to urge his fans to say a no to piracy. He requested the audience to not fall for the download links and watch Raaz Reboot just in theatres.

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Emraan Hashmi Disturbed With The Unfortunate Incident Of Piracy

When quizzed about this unfortunate incident, the Jannat actor was heard saying that piracy is rampant problem and has hit many films in the recent past. However, he would not like to add fuel to the fire by pointing fingers at people. He would instead request his fans to give him a fair chance and watch his movie in the theatres only. He went on to say that since a lot of hard work goes into making a movie, it is vital that the audience does not give in to the temptation of piracy.




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