The truth behind deletion of ‘Hello’ teaser from YouTube!
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Akkineni Akhil’s ‘Hello’ is getting ready for its release on 22nd of December. The film’s post-production works are currently underway. As a part of the promotion, the film’s unit has released the film’s teaser on YouTube. Within a short span, the teaser received immense following and was shared on all video-sharing and social media platforms. Everyone’s expectations grew with the teaser.
Everyone was put into shock after YouTube removed the teaser from its website. The video-sharing website stated that ‘on the grounds of copyright violation the video has been removed…’ The truth is, the music director of the film, Anoop Rubens used a tune composed by ‘Epic North’ for the Hello teaser.
‘The tune has been used without intimating the original creators. There have been no payments made to the company before using the tune. This comes under copyright violation. That’s the reason, YouTube took down the video after a copyright claim was raised,’ said a source close to the film’s production unit.
Meanwhile, many users on social media started trolling ‘Hello’ film. ‘If the teaser’s BGM itself is copied, I guess the story, screenplay, and other elements might have also been copied,’ posted a Twitter user. Trade Analysts expressed that, the copyright issue is a clear ‘minus’ for the film.