Producer Rockline Venkatesh and Madhu Bangarappa, the owner of Akash Audios, are now holding operations against the piracy of Super music after the songs of the film hit the net soon after its release. They have reportedly registered complaints against a few website over this piracy at a Bangalore police station and the Cyber police wing.
Upendra's Super is a much-awaited and much-hyped film and Uppi fans were eagerly waiting for the songs of the film. To cash in this situation, several websites have allegedly uploaded the songs of Super online immediately after the audio launch. But this is affecting the sale of audio CDs of Super.
Madhu says that those websites have neither bought the online distribution rights of Super music, nor taken permission from Akash Audio. He is very upset because he has paid lakhs of Rs. to buy the audio rights, but those sites are distributing it freely online. He is afraid of suffering loss. So he insists, "We've to stop these pirates."
Rockline Venkatesh, who had earlier raised his voice against the piracy, has now come down heavily upon the pirates again. He has claimed that pirates are damaging the Kannada film industry. He says that he will take serious action against the websites, who copied the music just hours after its release. He says, "They are damaging our prospects and we will not sit quiet."
However, the audiof Super was released on last Saturday and Rockline Venkatesh and Madhu Bangarappa are expecting big prospects from it, but its piracy has affected it business. Now, they created a squad of 20 members to stop its piracy. This team will keep a watch on the websites those who will illegally put the songs on net.