Sangati Jogwar

News Highlights

  • Makers of Kalki 2898 AD have come up with a strong legal notice against leaks.
  • The notice was released on social media today warning those involved in leaking movie footage.

Prabhas and Deepika Padukone’s big-budget movie Kalki 2898 AD is currently in its post-production phase and is one of the highly awaited movies expected to be released next year.

The first look of Prabhas was unveiled a couple of months ago at Comic-Con 2023. And fans are eagerly waiting for more teasers, trailers, songs, and updates from the makers.

Instead of any such updates, now the producers of Kalki 2898 AD-Vyjayanthi Movies have come out with a strong legal notice on social media warning everyone that using the photographs, leaked images, clips, and footage will be considered a breach of copyright and as an illegal and punishable offence.

The makers have warned that if anyone is found guilty of doing such actions, the makers will take action against the person with the help of the Cyber Security Police.

Kalki 2989 AD is a big-budget movie directed by Nag Ashwin. Interestingly it is bringing some of the biggest stars from both the Southern and Bollywood film industries together.

Along with the Baahubali actor and Deeps, Amitabh Bachchan, Kamal Haasan, and Disha Patani are also playing an important role in this film. Since it is a science-action movie, VFX is an important part of its overall presentation and that is why the film is taking so much time to complete.

A huge money has been invested to bring the visualization of Nag Ashwin of Prabhas as Kalki alive on the screen. Hence the makers have tried to be as secretive as possible about the overall content of the film. Any leakage of video clips or footage can affect the mystery and anticipation that is currently around this film.

The production company has already filed a case against a VFX company for leaking footage of Kalki 298 AD. 

Leaked footage has affected the success of many movies in the past and to avoid such problems Vyjayanthi Movies has come up with a legal warning upfront.