Aamir Khan's "PK" was allegedly leaked on the internet hours before the movie completed its first day in the theatres and now the alleged download of its pirated version is in full swing.
"PK" hit the screens on 19 December and miscreants allegedly hosted the movie on several websites on Friday night, hours before the last show of the day got over. The pirated version of the film is available for download on five popular sites like Kickass, Torrentz, 300mbfilms, Downloadkar and Isohunt.
Two versions of "PK" are doing rounds on all these websites. One of two is a SCam riff off version, which has been alleged shot in theatres using a secret camera (SCam). Its size is 724.09 MB and the Team RDX is behind the leak of this version. The second version of "PK" is a Pre-DVDRip MP3 XviD and its size is 692.84 MB. The Team TellyTNT has leaked this version.
The movie buffs, who downloaded and watched both the pirated versions of "PK", describe them as 'bad cam print'. Glenn Mobil commented on Kickass, "Its an ok print.....somebody has recorded it in the theater... so there is lot of static noise, the picture quality is ok...cant complain as we are getting it on the second day of the release :-)"
"PK" revolves around the story of an alien, who is in search of the locket which was his remote to call the spaceship to go back to his planet. Directed by Rajkumar Hirani, the movie features Aamir Khan and Anushka Sharma in the lead roles. The movie has garnered positive reviews from both critics and viewers, who have described it as a must-watch.
Rajkumar Hirani, Vidhu Vinod Chopra and Siddharth Roy Kapur have jointly produced "PK" with a massive budget. The movie got an earth-shattering response and did record-breaking collection at the box-office on the first day. The word-of-mouth is expected to leverage its business over the weekend.
However, the alleged leak of "PK" has posed a big threat for its business. Bollywood trade experts feel that piracy may badly affect its collections in the coming days, if it is not reined-in immediately. Will Rajkumar Hirani take action against the piracy of "PK"?