Jai Lava Kusa Teaser Leaked : The content from the teaser of Jr NTR’s Jai Lava Kusa was presumably leaked online on June 27 and the makers have been successful in getting the culprits apprehended within hours after the occurrence.
Jai Lava Kusa is one of the most-talked about Telugu movie of 2017 and the film goers are excitedly waiting for its release. The makers have kept all the information of the movie under covers in a quote to hold the audiences’ interest till it strikes the screens. But they remained in for a huge shock when some screenshots of its teaser began circulating on the social networks on Tuesday.
The makers entered action instantly and were able to capture the scoundrels who leaked the images on the internet. Late in the evening, they announced that the scoundrels were apprehended.
A post on the main Twitter page of NTR Arts checked out: “A few of the offenders who have leaked content from #JaiLavaKusa have actually been determined and jailed. More details will be out tomorrow.”
On the other hand, Mahesh S Koneru, publicist of Nandamuri Kalyan Ram’s banner NTR Arts, asked for fans not to distribute the leaked pictures of Jai Lava Kusa. He tweeted: “Kind rqst to all fans.Plz do not share leaked pictures from Jai Lava Kusa. It’s a request from whole team.Cyber criminal offense is examining matter.”
After seeing the pictures, it was likewise speculated that the full motion picture of Jai Lava Kusa was leaked online even before its theatrical release. But industry sources rejected it. The buzz about complete motion picture leakage was a rumour. “Those shots are taken at the post-production work. When its shooting has not yet completed, how can the complete movie be leaked?” asks an expert from the industry.
Jai Lava Kusa is an action-drama movie, which is being written and directed by KS Ravindra. Jr NTR, Raashi Khanna and Niveda Thomas are playing the lead roles in the film which is currently being shot in Ramoji Movie City. Its production will be finished by the end of August and the movie will release in the theatres on September 21.