The problem of piracy in India has been a concern for many filmmakers and industries. The most commonly used websites for illegal downloads of Bollywood movies, TV series and web series have been Movierulz and Tamilrockers. Reportedly, these websites are notorious for distributing copyrighted material. Movierulz allows the user to download many pirated contents online. It allows its users to download web series with the help of torrent files. With leaks like these, film makers and producers have to suffer a lot of damage.
These two sites, Movierulz and Tamilrockers are known to receive pirated versions of most movies within only a few hours or within a day of their release. The latest creative work the Movierulz website has targeted is Amazon Prime’s original, panchayat web series. Movierulz has added the option “Panchayat web series download all episodes” on its official website. He has gathered and opened the pirated content of the Panchayat’s web series, which has a copyright certificate and which he has used to his advantage. This is expected to affect the earnings of panchayat web chain makers badly.
Movierulz website leaks comedy-drama web series ‘Panchayat‘
About Panchayat web series
After releasing the show globally on April 3, Panchayat, Amazon Prime’s web series has been a trending affair. The show, which is available on the OTT streaming platform, Amazon Prime, is a production of ‘The Viral Fever’. This is in the form of some famous faces from their previous video collaborations.
The web series of ‘Panchayat’ features Jitendra Kumar and Neena Gupta with Raghubir Yadav in the lead roles. The story of the show revolves around a man named Abhishek Tripathi, who is called by villagers when he does a government job as a secretary or is usually called ‘Sachiv’. He was appointed as the Sachiv of Phullera Gram Panchayat in Uttar Pradesh.
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