October 21st, 2021 | Updated on February 14th, 2022
The life of many people is slowly but surely returning to normal after the second deadly wave of the COVID-19 epidemic. The movie industry has been severely affected by the pandemic. After several months, theatres and cinema halls in India are now reopening.
However, the entertainment industry is facing a new threat from piracy websites, which have made it difficult for filmmakers to get the audiences to theatres. Movie piracy websites have been extremely active in the past 5 to 8 years. Naga Chaitanya starrer Love is the latest victim of these pirate sites.
Sekhar Kammula directs the romantic drama. It hits big screens on Sep 24, 2021. The Tamilrockers piracy website released Love Story online in HD quality.
The movie is leaked by many other popular piracy sites like Movierulz and Kuttymovies within hours of theatrical release. The full movie was also available for free download on several Telegram channels.
This isn’t the first time that a Bollywood movie or a south Indian movie has been pirated. Almost all movies are being leaked by piracy websites these days. The entertainment industry suffers a huge financial loss. Master, Drishyam 2, Krack and Jagame Thandhiram were just a few of the major movies from the south that were leaked by piracy sites this year.
Love Story: Getting Mixed Reviews
The movie’s release has received mixed reviews from moviegoers. The film’s lead couple and performances are being praised by critics. The movie’s length, poor editing, and boring screenplay have been criticised by some.
Love Story Movie Details
“Love Story” is a 2021 Telugu romantic drama directed and written by Sekhar Kammula. It was jointly produced by Amigos Creations, Sree Venkateshwara Cinemas. Naga Chaitanya stars alongside Sai Pallavi.
Love Story also stars Devayani and Rao Ramesh as well as Posani Krishna Murali, Rajeev Kanakala, and Posani Krishna Murali. The music was composed by Pawan Ch, an ex-assistant to AR Rahman.
The movie grossed Rs 32 crores in theatrical rights before its release.