Anti-Piracy Team Cracks Down On Pirated Movie Digital Discs
By on June 25th, 2010

Looks like the hindi film industry has now become very cautious over the availability of pirated digital discs of movies in the market. In a series of raids conducted recently, the anti-piracy cell of the Mumbai police seized more than 600 pirated prints of the recently released movie Raavan.

In a raid on 18 June at Andheri East, 1206 discs of Rajneeti, Kites, Prince Of Persia were seized. In another raid on the following day at Dindoshi, a raiding party initially seized 300 prints of Raavan from an Activa bike that followed the seizure of several 6 in 1 DVDs of Raavan, Raajneeti, Prince of Persia, Kites, Ek Second ..Jo Zindagi Badal De and Badmaash Company among others. Again, in a raid on 20 June in Nalasopara, 314 discs of Raavan along with those of Rajneeti, Ironman 2, Prince of Persia and Kites were seized.

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