Varun Dhawan, John Abraham’s Dishoom get John Doe order from High Court to stop piracyon July 26, 2016 at 9:44 am
Then he became available in several illegal websites Udta Punjab and Great Grand Masti even before its release in theaters, creators of the upcoming Bollywood film Dishoom are prepared to combat the threat by seeking an order John Doe against movie piracy.
Dishoom, produced by Sajid Nadiadwala and Eros International Media Ltd, is launching on July 29 for Dishoom, producers are in the process of getting the order of John Doe Supreme Court of Bombay.
the internet service provider (ISP), telecom operators and other platforms to ensure that no illegal content from Dishoom not available to their services, read a statement on behalf of Kulmeet Makkar, CEO, Film shall be addressed and Television Producers Guild of India.
In order to address the problem of piracy, prominent producers and film studios Hindi met last week. They unanimously supported the need to take appropriate measures to ensure that the content of the film is safeguarded at all stages of their liberation measures, including certification, supply distributors around the world and also to digital operators in the India.