Vidya Balan has loaned her help to a crusade to stop film piracy, saying the business must talk in a bound together voice to handle the danger.
The “Tumhari Sulu” star retweeted a connection to a video in which she had seemed a month ago as a component of a crusade against theft, propelled at the National Conference on “Counterfeiting and Role of Enforcement Agencies”.
Vidya stated as she shared Union Minister Suresh Prabhu’s old tweet, “I am upbeat to be a piece of this essential activity for the film business. All of us have to meet up and work towards putting a stop to piracy.”
“At the National Conference on “Counterfeiting and Role of Enforcement Agencies”, propelled a crusade as a team with the Producers Guild of India on against theft. Take a gander at the video in which @vidya_balan discusses against anti-piracy,” Prabhu had tweeted.
In the video, Vidya discusses the delights of watching a film in theatre while advised against the dangers of piracy.
“Film’s origination lies on this very standard of warmth and harmony. Enjoying theft through simple, illicit downloads severely denies us of this very experience silver screen was made for. How about we meet up and promise to stop piracy,” Vidya said in the video.