Movierulz and Tamilrockers have become the most used websites for illegal downloads content of Bollywood movies, TV shows and web series in India. They are known to illegally distribute copyrighted material. Tamilrockers website allows the user to access various pirated content online. It lets its guests download something using torrent files. For leaks such as these, the film’s producers and producers would be at a major disadvantage.
Movierulz and Tamilrockers are among the famous many websites known to release pirated versions of most latest HD movies in just a few hours or a day. Recently, within 2 days of the release of the movie, Moviezulz succeeded in leaking one of the most awaited films, The Half of It. Written and directed by Alice Wu. The Half of It is a Netflix original film released on May 1, 2020. The piracy site Movirulj illegally released the film online in HD quality. A look at the film’s official motion poster.
About The Half Of It
The film, The Half of It, features Leah Lewis, Daniel Diemer, Alexisis Lemaire and Coleen Chow in the lead roles. The plot of the film revolves around a timid Chinese-American, straight-A-student helping himself to a school jock who seduces a girl whom they both secretly love. Each person teaches the other about the essence of love in the process, as they find a relationship in the most unlikely places. Watch the trailer here.
According to media reports, in the last few years, Tamil filmmakers have received several court orders due to frequent film leaks. The Madras High Court has also limited the forum in relation to several piracy cases. Nevertheless, somehow TamilRockers torrent website still managed to use proxy sites to continue the ongoing saga of their infamous film Leaked.
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