Rajinikanth’s New Film Leaked Online in Full HD Quality

The Tamil superstar’s film ‘Darbar’ is expected to be a box office success

Every producer’s worst nightmare is having their film leaked. We’ve all illegally downloaded pirated versions of our favorite films, and we shouldn’t be proud as it can harm the film’s chances at the box office. Studios and filmmakers spend a lot of money and effort into their project, so it is annoying for them to see their film get leaked to the public prior to release.

Recently, Rajinikanth’s Darbar was accidentally leaked online. Amid huge expectations, the film’s HD version was released to the public hours after its release. Though the film’s leak comes as a surprise, we can be sure that the film will be a box office success.


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Rajinikanth already has a huge fan following, so it wouldn’t come as a surprise to see a large number people rushing to cinemas to see their favorite star on the big screen. And obviously, one does not simply watch a larger than life character like Rajinikanth on a laptop screen.

Directed by AR Murugadoss, the film also features the beautiful Nayanthara as the leading lady. The actress has good onscreen chemistry with Rajinikanth as the two have worked together before in the 2005 movie Chandramuki. Yogi Babu, Nivetha Thomas and veteran actor Sunil Shetty will also be playing key roles in the film.

Prior to release, Murugadoss gave fans a little teaser by sharing a few glimpses of the two songs featured in the film.

Darbar, which is said to be produced on a huge budget by Lyca Productions, has Rajinikanth playing the role of a cop after almost two decades. So instead of downloading the HD version for our laptop, let’s enjoy Rajinikanth in all his glory on the big screen.


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Written by Sher Alam


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