Salman Khan's 'Sultan' Leaked Online A Day Before Release?
'Sultan' leaked online

Piracy organizations look to be super active these days as we hear that the most awaited movie of the year, Salman Khan’s ‘Sultan’ has been leaked online a day before release. Sultan has been released today across the country on more than 4000 screens.

Sultan is the third film which has been leaked online in three weeks. First being Anurag Kashyap’s Udta Punjab then Indra Kumar’s Great Grand Masti starring Vivek Oberoi, Aftab Shivdasani, Riteish Deshmukh and Urvashi Rautela. The censor copy of Great Grand Masti was leaked online three days ago.

Read: The reviews of Salman Khan’s Sultan

Talking about Sultan’s leaked copy, cypre-crime expert, Deep Shankar was quoted in an Indiatoday.com report as saying that the copy of the movie is available on the darknet and will soon be available on torrent. Another crime expert, Kishlay Chaudhary has reportedly alleged that the 2 hours 36 minute-long movie is available. He also said that many websites have been blocked since Tuesday and links have been removed immediately after upload.

However, Yash Raj Films has denied reports about the leak. The makers don’t want to give any hype to this leaks reports as it may affect the Box Office performance of the movie.

Source: TimesOfIndia.com

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