Varisu Movie Leaked online in HD quality: Thalapathy Vijay’s film Varisu has hit the screens. However, it has also been leaked online in HD quality on Tamilrockers on the same day. Varisu was released on January 11 worldwide and the reviews of the film are good. The film is considered a full entertainment package by the audience who are always waiting to see a new dhamaka coming from Vijay’s league of cinema during holidays. This is the actor’s first outing with Rashmika Mandanna on screen and the first offering to his ardent fans this year on the occasion of Pongal.
Varisu is facing a solid Box Office clash with Thala Ajith’s Thunivu this time. Both films have got a huge share of the audience. While there’s a lot of excitement among the audience to watch the film, there could be a little dent in this celebration as Varisu has been leaked online on Tamilrockers, and Movierulz in HD quality.
Varisu has been leaked on Tamilrockers, Telegram, and other piracy-based websites including movierulz. Tamilrockers, Telegram, and Movierulz are piracy websites that leak the latest releases. However, this is not the first time a film has got leaked on day 1 of its release. There are several films like Thunivu, Cirkus, Avatar: The Way of Water, Bhediya, Salaam Venky, Drishyam 2, Thank God, Ram Setu, Kantara, Doctor G, Ponniyin Selvan 1, Vikram Vedha, Brahmastra, Liger, Chup, Laal Singh Chadddha, Raksha Bandhan, Sita Ramam, Darlings, Shabaash Mithu, Shamshera, Vikrant Rona, Jugjugg Jeeyo, Khuda Haafiz 2, Aashram 3, Major, F3, Anek.
Several strict actions against the site have been taken in the past but it has been found that the team behind the site appears with a new domain every time the existing Tamilrockers site is blocked. If they are banned, they take a new domain and run pirated versions of the movies. In the case of big theatre releases, Tamilrockers is known to leak the films just a few hours before the films are set to hit the screens.
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