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Makers Of Uri Uploaded 3.8 GB Of Uri Movie On Torrent Themselves. Know Why

Updated on 13 December, 2019 at 2:39 pm By

Looking to download Uri Movie? Surprisingly maker of Uri uploaded 3.8 GB of Uri Movie in HD on Torrent themselves. The piracy business has been plaguing our film and TV industries for years now. Many websites out there are ready to leak movies within hours of their release. And even though the authorities are constantly fighting the battle against piracy rackets, a long-term solution is yet to come. This is probably what led the makers of Uri: The Surgical Strike, to take matters into their own hands.


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Well, the movie hit the theatres on January 11, 2019. It traces the story of one of the most covert operations by the Indian army to avenge the Uri attack. And taking inspiration from this, the makers of the movie seem to have launched a strike of their own. This time against piracy rackets.

 

 

The makers could not possibly control who, when and where would sneak a camera into the movie theatres. So they decided to give the piracy rackets a taste of their own medicine. And they did this by uploading torrent of Uri: The Surgical Strikes themselves. Shocking, right! But don’t worry, because the torrents did not really contain the movie. So what was in the torrent?

 


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Well, after downloading about 4GB of data through the torrent, the downloader does not get the movie. What they get is instead a stern video message from the protagonists firing at them for indulging in piracy. Touche!

The torrent of Uri: The Surgical Strike contains this:

 

 

Now isn’t that commendable? What seems to be the recording of the movie turns out to be something completely different. It is the perfect way to lay off people who are too stingy to buy a ticket to the theater. Or even to wait for the movie to make it to television or official streaming portals.

 

 


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In this sense, flooding the market with fake torrents is a genius move. I certainly believe this will deter a lot of people from watching pirated versions of the movie. Don’t you think so? Where do you stand on the issue of piracy? Have you seen Uri: The Surgical Strike yet?

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