Why boycotting Bollywood is fashionable
Field Report | New Delhi: Why boycotting Bollywood is hot; Social media clients began calling for a boycott of Bollywood, and in connection with this, netizens created a hashtag "Boycott Bollwyood" on Twitter.
Deepika Padukone's leading man Gehraiyaan was released on OTT two days ago and received mixed reactions from viewers. Many label the film a waste of time, while others respect it by calling it a relatable watch.
Also at the center of the controversy was Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut, who did not address Gehraiyaan directly, saying in a post, "I'm a millennial too, but I know and feel that kind of romance...on behalf of millennials." ". / New Age/Movies." Urban girls please don't promote crap... Bad movies are unhealthy movies, no amount of skin or adult movies can save you... it's a basic fact koi gehraiyaan wali baat nahi hai ".
Sushant Singh Rajput supporters celebrate the failure of the film 'Gahraiyaan'. #BoycottBollwood is back on Twitter right now. Let us tell you that this hashtag was active at the time of actor Sushant Singh Rajput's death. Sushant's followers had opposed Bollywood after his death. Once again, this hashtag has become a trend.
Sushant fans are expressing their anger at this movie and calling for a boycott of Bollywood. While the film has received mixed reactions, fans of the late actor have already declared the film a flop.
They not only targeted Deepika Padukone's film, they also criticized Sonam Kapoor and called for the arrest of Rhea Chakraborty, who is recovering from the actor's death and has returned to work after two years.
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