Tamil superstar Nagarjuna’s latest release Wild Dog has facing issues because of the illegal available online. The film Wild Dog has been premiered in Cinema House on April 2, 2021. The Telugu language action thriller is written and directorial by Ashishor Solomon. It is a fabulous action film based on the Hyderabad Gokul Chat Bomb Blast that happened in 2007. But after the release, this film starts facing problems. Here is the complete news on it. Let’s start.
Actually, it was reportedly found that the film Wild Dog has been pirated just after the release and available on the Internet for free. Although it is not only one film that got leaked there are several films like Godzilla vs. Kong, Mumbai Saaga, Jathi Ratnalu, Rang De became the victim of piracy. It is a serious matter because piracy of films reduces the box office collection and impacts the earning of the cast & crew of the Film.
In this regard, to stop the piracy makers have taken big steps and after the actions, the news gets viral over the internet. The entire cast and crew are newbies except for Nagarjuna and Dia Mirza. Films like Wild Dog require more hype to reach the audience. But due to all these stars doest get hype and value which they deserve for their exceptional performance in films.
According to the copyright act, a complaint can be filed against all those who encourage film piracy. So, always avoid encouraging piracy and support the film industry. It is mandatory to give value to all those actors and team workers who put their hard work into a successful film.
It is the 2021 most entertaining film and brings exceptional action. In this film you will see Nagarjuna, Dia Mirza, Saiyami Kher, Atul Kulkarni, and Ali Reza. Apart from all the actors Nagarjuna will appear as the NIA agent and trying to solve the case that will be his mission in the story.
Now if we talk about the online availability of this film so Nagarjuna’s Wild Dog is available on various piracy websites but as you know we never support piracy that’s why we recommend you to watch the film in nearby Theatres