Shreyas Talpade has expressed his dissatisfaction with statements by Bollywood celebrities about the “boycott” trend. Lately, the “boycott” trend has caught up, and many trade analysts believe it has caused heavy losses to movies. Lately, Laal Singh Chaddha, Raksha Bandha, and Liger, which were all theatrical releases, are said to have suffered box office losses due to the boycott trend that continued before their release. Shreyas, in a recent interview, said he was not happy with statements from movie stars on boycott tendencies as he asked Bappa (Lord Ganesha) to grant them wisdom.
Shreyas Talpade unhappy with comments from Bollywood celebrities on ‘boycott’ trend
Shreyas Talpade has seemingly taken aim at Bollywood celebrities, who have commented on the current ‘Bollywood boycott’ trend. While actors like Alia Bhatt, Arjun Kapoor, Vijay Deverakonda and Swara Bhasker have spoken out against “boycotting” films and actors, Shreyas said he “didn’t like” such statements. Most celebrities have been accused of “blaming” the public for the films’ failure or failing to recognize viewers’ feelings.
Shreyas said speaking to News18: “Whatever statements are being made in the (movie) industry right now, I don’t like them. They don’t seem convincing. Prayer is at Bappa’s feet for us. grant wisdom to all, who work in the industry.because the statements that come now are not very convincing to me.
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Arjun Kapoor trolled for his ‘boycott’ comments
Arjun Kapoor recently spoke out against the boycott trend that seems to have plagued almost all Bollywood movies lately. Arjun had said, “I think we made a mistake by being silent for so long. Our decency was seen as our weakness. of importance.”
After his comments on the ‘boycott’ trend went viral, not only Arjun was heavily followed on social media, but Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra called him a ‘flop actor’ .
Similarly, Vijay Deverakonda, before Liger’s release, had commented on the ‘boycott’ trend and his response was seen as ‘arrogant’ by many. The film is also believed to have suffered losses due to the “boycott” trend.
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