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Oops for Mr.Majnu, full movie leaked online.

Chief Venky Atluri’s Mr. Majnu featuring Akhil Akkineni and Nidhhi Agerwal has turned into the most recent casualty of piracy and the full film has been released online on the very first day of its release.

Akhil Akkineni made his acting appearance with Akhil: The Power of Jua, which couldn’t help him to get a major break, as it armored in the cinematic world. His second film Hello also failed to get any major response to ticket counters. To get a good response from the audience Akhil made physical changes for it The youthful on-screen character has picked a mass subject for his third film Mr. Majnu and he has likewise experienced a physical change in a tender to make huge success at box office.

Its promotions have gotten numerous eyeballs and produced a great deal of interest and assumptions regarding Mr. Majnu, which hit the screens on Friday, January 25 as Republic day treat for filmgoers. Be that as it may, a famous posse has purportedly released the full motion picture on its site, who offers six unique prints of the film for nothing download.

This pilfered duplicate is said to be a performance center print and the group has obviously recorded the full motion picture of Mr. Majnu amid its screening in a film lobby. This duplicate is probably going to spread to other downpour destinations too in a brief span. The producers have taken every single careful step to control its theft and they are said to have just got energetically to bring it down from the web and furthermore prevent it from spreading.

Director Venky Atluri’s Mr. Majnu is a lighthearted comedy film generated by BVSN Prasad under Sri Venkateswara Cine Chitra. The film rotates around the story Vicky (Akhil Akkineni), who is an enchanting playboy, who does not have confidence in genuine connections. What happens a young lady named Nikki (Nidhi Aggarwal) proposes to him frames whatever remains of the story. The film has awed filmgoers got a decent talk. Mr. Majnu has been made with a whopping budget of Rs 30 crore and its theatrical rights were sold for Rs 24 crore.


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