Even as the film fraternity is making all efforts to fight piracy, no one is able to stop new and even unreleased films from being leaked online or available on DVD formats. Three such films which have become the latest victims of piracy are Atharva’s Boomerang, Kathir’s Sathru and Bharath’s Pottu.
The General Secretary of the Nadigar Sangam and President of the Tamil Film Producers’ Council Vishal, who had promised to curb piracy in the film industry, has been working towards this goal ever since he took over as the President of the TFPC. However after none of his measures have worked to eradicate piracy, he has stated that the government take actions against the same. Vishal recently met Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, Edappadi Pazhanisamy requesting that the government take the necessary steps to bring down the ‘Tamil Rockers.’ This website has been putting up all the latest releases online.
With three new films turning out to be victims of piracy, the film fraternity should be planning new ways to combat the problem.
The Atharva starrer Boomerang is a film which aims to showcase the plight of the farmers and revolves around the hero who fights for their cause. Megha Akash plays the female lead in this film, with Indhuja and RJ Balaji also playing roles in it. Directed by R Kannan, the technical crew of the movie includes Radhan handling the tunes, cinematography by Prasanna Kumar and editing by R K Selva. The film hit the marquee on March 8.
Sathru is an action thriller film written and directed by Naveen Nanjundan, who made his directorial debut with the film. It has Kathir and Srushti Dange playing the lead pair with Neelima Rani, Suja Varunee and Ponvannan play supporting roles. The technical crew of this includes Amresh Ganesh composing music and Surya Prasadh R handling the background score. Mahesh Muthuswami is the cinematographer while Prasanna G K has handled the editing. This film too released on March 8.
Pottu is a horror comedy film, written and directed by Vadivudaiyan. It has Bharath in the lead role, while Iniya, Namitha and Srushti Dange play other pivotal roles. Amresh Ganesh has composed music for this film with Enniyan J Harris handling the camera and Elisa editing. Pottu has been produced by John Max for Shalom Studios.