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Man Seated Next To Actress Shamed For Watching Pirated Movie

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Man Seated Next To Actress Shamed For Watching Pirated Movie

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Man Seated Next To Actress Shamed For Watching Pirated Movie

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Bollywood star Kriti Sanon was on a flight to New Delhi when the man seated beside her started watching a pirated copy of her new movie Dilwale. She told her seatmate he'd enjoy it more in a theater.

RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

Good morning, I'm Renee Montagne. Airplane seatmates can be the worst, chatty, hogging the armrest - or watching a pirated version of a film you star in. Kriti Sanon would know. The actress was flying to Delhi when her neighbor took out a portable projector and started watching her brand-new movie, "Dilwale." Sanon tweeted, so sad to see the hard work of so many people being watched in such pathetic quality. And she told her seatmate he'd enjoy it more in the theater. It's MORNING EDITION.

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