Whenever a film releases, producers are now looking to put up cyber cells that can delete the piracy links and save the theatrical run of the film.
In fact, to counter such situation, they thought about taking the streaming sites offers to release the film simultaneously, as it will end theatrical run and revenue, they settled for releasing within 35-45 days of release on the prominent streaming sites.
So, any film within 30-40 days after release will be available on online streaming sites and people can wait for those many days. But they have to pay subscription fees and hence, piracy sites is still being cash-in on that.
Tamilrockers could challenge a producer like K.E. Gnanavelraja and say that they will leak his Singham-3 on the day before release and even did that.
Other sites were shut down and even their sites got crashed and banned. Still, Tamilrockers are prevailing and they leaked Petta, Viswasam on the release day, it self.
They leaked LKG, a political satire starring RJ Balaji and Priya Anand. Producers are asking protection from Indian Government about this but even arrests or bans are unable to stop them as people are encouraging them!
Until people decide they won't encourage piracy, the situation will remain the same.