Here’s how Shah Rukh Khan’s Red Chillies Entertainment tracked those posting pirated copies of Jawan online

The production company has hired several anti-piracy agencies to track individuals and groups circulating Jawan films online, according to latest reports.

Despite the creators’ anti-piracy advocacy, Jawan was leaked on various platforms. Following this issue, Shah Rukh Khan’s production house Red Chillies Entertainment has hired several anti-piracy agencies to track individuals and groups involved in illegal streaming of Jawan films online, according to a statement.

The production house also lodged a complaint with Police Inspector Amar Patil of Santacruz West police station against people involved in the piracy, the statement said.

“We have already spotted the pirated accounts run by individuals on various platforms, criminal and civil cases have been filed against them for spreading pirated content of the film Jawan. Piracy is a major problem facing the film industry in whole and undermines hard work. “Such acts of illegal recording and leaking constitute cheating, theft and violation of intellectual property,” said a source close to the production house.

The production house found that “the infringing nature of the pirated content clearly indicates that it has been illegally accessed and stolen by persons who are illegally distributing it for monetary gains.”

Jawan hit theaters on September 7. Apart from SRK, the film also stars Deepika Padukone, Nayanthara and Vijay Sethupathi.

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