Shreyas Talpade lodges a police complaint as his film 'Poshter Boyz' becomes a victim of the malpractice
Shreyas Talpade is a harrowed man. The actor, who recently turned producer with his maiden production, Poshter Boyz, is upset about pirated DVDs of his film doing the rounds. Similarly, Amay Khopkar, the co-producer of Riteish Deshmukh’s film, Lai Bhaari, too is said to be disturbed by the sale of pirated copies of the film.
A source says, “Recently, one of Shreyas’ close friends called him to let him know about pirated copies of Poshter Boyz being sold in Mumbai. Lai Bhaari too has become the victim of piracy and this is why Shreyas and Amay met the Mumbai Police Commissioner on Monday.”
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Urging the commissioner to take strict action against the culprits, they lodged a complaint with the city police’s anti-piracy cell on Monday. Shreyas and Amay confirmed the story.
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