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Pathaan Movie Leaked: “Pathaan”, the Siddharth Anand-directed spy thriller that has been largely hailed as a comeback for Shah Rukh Khan, has reportedly been leaked online. As per a report by Times Now, “Pathaan” has been leaked on several movie piracy websites. “Pathaan” makers Yash Raj Films did tweet out a plea to avoid piracy, however, with a movie that generated immense buzz months before release, it was expected that an online leak was bound to happen sooner or later. 

ABP Live doesn’t support the piracy of films as it severely undermines the labour and toil of all the personnel who worked on the movie. 

As per the report, “Pathaan” has been leaked on two websites: Filmyzilla and Filmy4wap. In terms of quality, one of the sites has offered camrip version of the film, which is usually marked by blurry footage of the film captured by a Handycam/smartphone within a theatre. The other website is offering a pre-DVD rip, which is more or less marked by a similar poor quality as camrip. 

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Also starring Deepika Padukone, John Abraham, and Salman Khan in a surprise cameo. “Pathaan” is an action thriller believed to be set in the YRF ‘spy universe’, which shares space with the likes of Salman Khan’s “Tiger” series and Hrithik Roshan’s “War”.

“Pathaan” is set for the biggest opening for any Hindi film with 4.19 lakh tickets sold till Tuesday and 80 percent occupancy on day one, even for early morning shows beginning at 6am or 7am, say industry insiders. It has released across 5,000 screens today. 

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“The film is going to take a historic start at the box office with opening day collections of Rs 45 crore to Rs 50 crore. The box office revival will begin with ‘Pathaan’, especially looking at its advance booking. This is very rare. And tomorrow is a working day,” trade analyst Taran Adarsh told PTI.