Mughizh Full Movie HD Leaked On Various Torrent & Pirated Websites

Mughizh finally made its worldwide release on 8 October 2021. The film has been long awaited by the audience since its announcement and the film was doing well at the box office when an unfortunate fate hit it. It might even lead to huge business loss for the film’s collection.

Starring Vijay & Rejina in the lead, Mughizh is directed by Karthik. 

It has only been one day since the film has made its worldwide theatrical premiere and it has already been leaked on various websites declared illegal by the Indian government. The movie is available on websites like….

Mughizh Full Movie HD Leaked On Various Torrent & Pirated Websites

Leaking movies is an activity declared illegal by the government of India. It is defined by a term called ‘Piracy’. Online Piracy involves the practice of distributing, as well as downloading copyrighted content, without the permission and the legal rights to do so. Thus, the distributor, as well as the downloader, both are criminals in the eye of the law. 

The Indian Government has declared Piracy, distribution and downloading of content on or from websites declared illegal by the government, as a criminal offense under the Cinematograph Act of 2019. Government has also imposed several penalties for the perpetrators of this crime:

1. The person found guilty of downloading illegal content can be convicted for a jail term or given a fine of Rs. 50,000 to Rs. 2 lakh as per the extent of the crime committed.

2. Viewing, downloading, exhibiting or duplicating an illicit copy of the contents under this URL is punishable as an offence under the laws of India, including but not limited to under Sections 63, 63-A, 65 and 65-A of the Copyright Act, 1957 which prescribe imprisonment for 3 years and also fine of up to Rs 3 lakh.

3. Copyright Act: If a person uses a pirated computer program, or a program that has been manufactured or acquired through copyright infringement, on any computer device, he shall be liable for imprisonment no less than 7 days, extending up to 3 years, and a fine no less than Rs. 50 thousand, which may be extended up to Rs. 3 lakh.

4. IT Act: If a person proceeds to view, copy and extract the data present on the computer, either through digital means or through a removable storage medium(pen drive or hard disk), without prior authorization from the owner of the computer, he is liable to pay damages as compensation which can go up to a sum of Rs. 1 crore.

Disclaimer: We are not promoting piracy nor we are providing any kind of streaming links to watch movies online. We are requesting the audience don’t watch or download films from the pirated websites, and to watch movies only in cinemas to don’t ruin the hard work of artists.*

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