Mohanlal starrer and Jeethu Joseph-directed Drishyam 2 has hit the screens, and within a day of its release, it has been leaked by Tamilrockers.
Drishyam 2: Mohanlal and Meena starrer Drishyam: The Resumption, has been released on Amazon Prime Video. Directed by Jeethu Joseph, it was one of the most anticipated Malayalam movies of the year. While the movie was completed for release last year, the makers had to delay its release due to the coronavirus scare in the country. The film, which is a sequel to Mohanlal’s 2013 blockbuster – Drishyam – begins where the first film ended. Unfortunately, Drishyam 2 has been leaked online for free HD downloading on piracy sites Tamilrockers and Telegram among others.
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The film shows Mohanlal and his family being involved in the same Varun Murder Case that they escaped a few years back. The case is reopened, the witnesses are caught and confessions are made – as the story progresses, we see Mohanlal’s George Kutty caught in an even more intense drama with a do or die situation for his family.
The film has received good word-of-mouth from both the critics and the audience. Drishyam 1 had a terrific storyline and it ended up impressing the audience, and also landed itself a Hindi remake with the same title in which Ajay Devgn played the central character.
Meanwhile, this is not the first time, the piracy website leaked a film or a show. Earlier, films and shows such as Uppena, Zombie Reddy, Lahore Confidential, The White Tiger, WandaVision, Tandav, Master, Krack, Putham Pudhu Kaalai, Sufiyum Sujatayum, AK vs AK, Laxmii, Ashram 2, Ludo, Chhalaang, Dark, Rasbhari, Bulbbul, Paatal Lok, Aarya, Penguin, Gulabo Sitabo, Chintu Ka Birthday, Choked, Ratkanchal, Ghoomketu, Betaal, Illegal, Family Man, The Raikar Case, Hundred, Extraction, Hasmukh, Money Heist, and The Lion King, Frozen 2 among others became the target of the piracy sites.
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