HYDERABAD: A case against a city based graphic designer has been registered by the local Police on Tuesday for stealing raw clippings of Baahubali II and releasing them online.
Maker Y Shobhanadri had held up a FIR with cyber crime police after he saw the footage being leaked on YouTube. Sources said that the clasp was stolen from Annapurna Studios, where the footage was given for configuration work.
“The maker’s group discovered that Krishna Dayanand Chowdary, a trainee graphic designer working at the Annapurna Studios stole the footage by signing into the server,” ACP, digital wrongdoings, KCS Raghu Vir said, including that the group later discovered two video clippings of aggregate five-minute length in Krishna’s PC. Krishna, 25, is a local of Sattupally in Krishna region of Andhra Pradesh. He later admitted to have imparted the video clippings to two of his companions, Aishwarya and Akhil of Vijayawada on Monday night through WhatsApp. “The video clippings on Krishna’s desktop and the video clippings sent to his telephone by his two companions from Vijayawada are of a similar term and have same varying media content. Subsequent to sending the clippings, Krishna erased the substance from his telephone,” the ACP said. Police have grabbed Krishna’s PC, his PDA and pen drive.
Amid consequent cross examination, Krishna advance admitted that he signed into the PC server at the representation plan unit of Annapurna Studios on Monday evening and replicated five minutes varying media footage of the motion picture into his pen drive. Police have enrolled a body of evidence against Krishna under areas 43 (b), 66 of the IT Act and segment 63 of the Copyright Act.
“We will compose to YouTube to piece Bahubali – II footage being gushed on the web. We will likewise request the IP address and record points of interest of the video uploader,” the ACP said.