I was watching Baahubali: The Beginning (acquired from questionable provenance) and during one scene, it had "C.G.I" in the corner of the frame as a watermark.
My first thought was that this was one of those where the person who "distributed" it decided to add his own credits into the movie. But I checked the rest of the film, and this only happens in one scene in the middle, the one where the prince dominates a feral bull by grabbing it by the horns and forcing it to the ground.
It occurred to me that there might be another explanation. While there are many CGI scenes in this movie (and indeed, in nearly all movies today), this is the one scene where it shows a character mistreating a cow/bull.
Is this included officially by the filmmakers to indicate that the scene was not real? Or do I just need to see if I can purchase a more legitimate copy of the film?