Actor Siddharth hits back at trolls for encouraging piracy

Siddharth hit back all the trolls and said that any form of encouragement towards piracy doesn’t deserve any respect and whatever he said was nowhere close to being a racist thought.

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Actor Siddharth hits back at trolls for encouraging piracy

Actor Siddharth has been an active user in social media, specially Twitter, and has often interacted with his fans and random users, whenever he felt it requited his attention. And the same happened recently when he made an announcement that his latest film ‘Aval’ will soon be available on a digital platform for viewing. Replying to Siddharth’s post, a user said that they have access to a Torrent-based website which allows them to watch the films for free and not shell out any money. This irked the actor and he replied to the user saying that it is disheartening to see piracy being encouraged. Siddharth also said that it was a shame for actors like him to have followers like him watch the film. Siddharth’s reply irked a lot of other users who replied to the actor saying he is being rude and shouldn’t be so hot-headed while interacting with fans online and also slammed the actor for being a ‘racist’.

Siddharth hit back all the trolls and said that any form of encouragement towards piracy doesn’t deserve any respect and whatever he said was nowhere close to being a racist thought. Siddharth has been very vocal about his thoughts always and hasn’t hesitated to take a step back to let his opinion out, be it on social media or at public gatherings. Tamil film industry has been fighting piracy forever now and actor Vishal, President of Tamil Film Producers’ Council, has been taking many steps to ensure that piracy us curbed down. Recently, one of the admins of a popular pirate website was arrested from Chennai and the case is currently being investigated at a police station in Chennai. Tamil film industry has been united for this cause and has been taking many precautions to avoid their films getting uploaded on pirate sites.

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