Tamilrockers continues to operate with impunity. This time it has chosen a new victim to Chola and now it has made available in HD theatre print.
Speaking about the story of Chola, it revolves around a young couple, who decides to escape from their village for a day of fun in the city, but they land in trouble owing to things they handle in the wrong way. The film is filled with moments that will leave flinching.
The director of the film tried to showcase an abuse case that frequently happens in Kerala. The names of each character are almost not important, though Nimisha Sajayan, a truant schoolgirl, is called Janu by her boyfriend.
The film might not have released on a broader scale but had the potential to make huge money at the box office. However, getting leaked by Tamilrocekrs and Movierulz on its first day might dent its box office collection.
Will Chola’s Tamilrockers Movie Download Release Affect Box Office Collections? The Malayalam film Chola would have surely made a huge collection if it was not leaked by Tamilrockers and Movierulz.
The HD print of Chola is available for free download. However, as a law-abiding citizen, we would urge you to watch Chola in theatres instead of downloading it from Tamilrockers or any other piracy website. Since Tamilrockers is an illegal website, watching movies in theatres or OTT platforms are highly recommended.
This is not the first time the piracy website leaked any movie on its official release, earlier the website had leaked several movies including, Gundu, Iruttu, Thota, Panipat, Patni Patni Aur Wo, Pailwaan, Kadaran Kondan, Chhichhore, Mission Mangal, Kalank, Dream Girl, Prassthanam, Bandobast.
It is to be noted that if you caught watching or downloading any movie including Chola from Tamilrockers or other torrent websites, the Indian government has authorized to punish you as per the piracy law.
Online piracy is killing the Mollywood film industry damaging the career of thousands of aspiring actors. And when such artists face piracy they lose income and thus lose self-confidence.
The Madras High Court directed internet service providers to block 12,000 websites in which 2000 were of Tamilrockers alone. Pirated copies of films that are leaked online just after its release lead to significant financial losses for the production businesses.
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