‘Not associated with movie piracy websites’ Says Lyca
Earlier today we had reported that producers have been angry with TFPC President Vishal, and how they are demanding his exit. It is because of a recent storm Vishal has been caught in. A whistleblower website named ‘Savukku online’ has revealed some details about actor Vishal’s involvement in the movie piracy row. The website alleged that Vishal has struck a deal with Lyca productions as they have an involvement in privacy. Vishal denied all allegations and said it was unfair.
Now, Lyca took to their social media account to quash the remarks made by the website. In their letter, they state that Lyca productions were not in anyway associated the domains registered by the piracy websites. and that all allegations have been baseless. The statement further read ‘As an organization Lyca group has strongly advocated Anti Piracy normas and has taken extensive steps to curb piracy for both our films and other films. If there is any substantiating evidence against us, we are willing to clarify it any forum.’
— Lyca Productions (@LycaProductions) May 14, 2018
They have announced to take legal action against media houses and personalities who have spoken baselessly against LycaGroup. The statement read ‘It is disappointing that a verified online site like Savukkuonline.com can carry such a defamatory article without clarifying it with us.’
Lyca productions have produced several films including Kaththi, Khaidi No. 150 and Diya among others. Their upcoming projects include most-awaited films such as Indian 2, Sabaash Naidu, Chekka Chivantha Vaanam, and Vada Chennai.