Nikhil Siddharth caught red handed a lady

Nikhil Siddharth caught red handed a lady
Nikhil Siddharth caught red handed a lady

Piracy attacks are giving sleepless nights to filmmakers across the country. The battle against film piracy is one that is being fought by filmmakers across film industries. It has not only affected the revenues of the industry but unethical film viewing has also increased which creates a huge problem for the filmmakers, making them unhappy. Nikhil Siddharth caught red-handed a lady along with her daughter openly selling pirated DVDs of his recently released movie Arjun Suravaram on the road. Nikhil Siddharth was shocked after seeing this that the pirated DVDs of Arjun Suravaram is being sold on the road.

Nikhil Siddharth urged his fans to not encourage the piracy and he requested the audience to not buy such pirated DVDs and asked them to watch the movie only in the theatres.

Recently Nikhil Siddharth went to Guntur for a successful event and while coming back to Hyderabad, he saw a lady selling piracy DVDs on road. The actor did not complain about this to the police but exposed how bad the situation is. The lady started crying on camera when Nikhil started to expose her.

Nikhil Siddharth asked the public to think about families of 100s of employees who are working in the film industry, they will come to roads if they encourage piracy.

Nikhil Siddharth starrer Arjun Suravaram is a remake of Kollywood blockbuster Kanithan, which is helmed by original director TN Santhosh. The film has Lavanya Tripathi in the female lead. Nikhil Siddharth is playing the role of an investigative journalist, who is arrested for using false certificates to defraud banks, and decides to investigate it himself. The movie Arjun Suravaram was initially titled ‘Mudra’.

Meanwhile, Nikhil Siddharth has signed an upcoming untitled film, which will be directed Surya Prathap of Kumari 21 F fame and it will be jointly presented by Sukumar and Mega Producer Allu Aravind under the banners of Sukumar Writings and Geetha Arts.