Despite having such strict cyber rules, Tamilrockers is continuing to be a caution for not only Hindi cinema but for almost all the leading film industries across the world. Earlier there were reports suggesting that thousands of pirated websites were blocked. However, Tamilrockers continues to operate with impunity.
Dharmendra’s grandson and Sunny Deol’s son Karan Deol recently marked his Bollywood debut with the film Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas. He appeared with another debutant Sahher Bambba. It released this Friday and sadly, within few hours of making it to the big screen, Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas fell prey to piracy. The film has been made available to download by the notorious website TamilRockers. Just a few hours from its release, the entire film is available for download on the internet for the users.
TamilRockers has been at it since ages. Many big-budget films have been affected by the piracy carried out by TamilRockers. Films like Saaho, Avengers: Endgame, Bharat, Baahubali and many more have taken a hit on the box office numbers thanks to this notorious website. Despite the Delhi High Court putting a ban on piracy and condemning the acts of those who indulge in it, TamilRockers are still at it. Now, it is Karan Deol’s Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas that’s suffering. The film has taken a slow start at the box office and now, this. The fate of Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas really appears to be in dark.
Reading the reports of BehindWoods.com, Ethical Hacker says Tamilrockers site can’t be completely blocked. “To be frank, it is not possible to delete or block Tamilrockers completely. The reason why they change their domains like, from .gr to .tw, or something, is because we take down every domain that they host. We can form teams and work towards deleting every domain, but there is no possibility of completely taking down the website, because, just like how we take down a website, through a technology and coding, the same way, they host a site, with technology and coding. So, there is an equal amount of technology implemented from their side too, and it isn’t possible to completely take down Tamilrockers.”
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