Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar’s 2.0 Makers Move to Madras High Court to Prevent Its Online Piracy Issue
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There's a saying that precaution is better than cure and we believe the 2.0 makers are in no mood to ignore it. The movie recently made headlines when the Cellular Operators Association of India filed an official complaint with the  Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) and Ministry of Information and Broadcasting to revoke its censorship certificate. They had an issue with the wrongful portrayal of technology and cell phones in the movie. And today the makers have moved to Madras High Court over the online piracy issue. In the past few months, many regional movies down south have been leaked online by Tamil Rockers and Lyca Productions (2.0 producers) is in no mood to fall a victim to same. Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar's 2.0 Reveals New Promo That Feels Like A Middle Finger To Its Recent Controversy! Watch Video.

The production house has moved Madras High Court to prevent any pirated version of their film being leaked online. They have asked the court to prevent Tamil rockers website from releasing their movie online. In addition, they have also listed other 12,564 websites that can further boost the piracy of their film. While this is a good move to tackle piracy, we wait to see if approaching High Court was fruitful to them in any way. Akshay Kumar Was On A Liquid-Only Diet During 2.0 Shooting For This Shocking Reason!

Akshay and Rajinikanth's 2.0 was delayed by over a year and its fans are literally counting the hours left for it to hit the screens. We have some high hopes pinned on this movie and let's hope the makers make our long wait worth it.