His indiscretion has landed him in police custody and he has been booked under relevant sections of IT and Copy Right Acts. Sources say that the leak was a result of Krishna’s ‘enthusiasm’ to share with his friends about the project he was working on. However, staff at Arka Media Works said that the film team is working round the clock to contain the damage and officials concerned were not available to give a comment on the story under the given circumstance. The film unit found that he had accssed the server and had stolen the video clip in question. Any information that finds his way to cyberspace becomes immortal. The accused behind the leak has been identified as one Krishna Dayanand Chowdary, a trainee graphic designer at Annapurna Studio in Hyderabad. Who doesn’t like to brag about their association with India’s second most expensive film, Baahubali? And now the film has hit the headlines after one of its crew members stole an unedited video footage of a battle sequence and shared with his friends, which has now gone viral on the internet. Just days ago, the IT Department raided the houses of the film’s producers allegedly for the possession of banned Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes to the tune of Rs 60 crore. When the team managed to access the suspect’s personal laptop they found the video clip. Meanwhile, the filmmakers seem to have not yet decided on their further course of action against the suspect. But, Krishna said to have already shared the video with couple of his friends through a mobile messaging app. Also read | Baahubali 2 war scene leaked online, graphic designer arrested In other words, it is virtually impossible to completely remove the leaked video from the internet. Written by Manoj Kumar R
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Updated: November 23, 2016 3:50 pm
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