New Delhi [India]: Bollywood is reeling underneath a notorious fashion with many stars being on the receiving quit of it. We’re talking approximately the current ‘Boycott’ fashion that has won mass momentum on social media, affecting the field-office commercial enterprise of many current releases like Aamir Khan’s ‘Laal Singh Chaddha’.
Sharing his mind on the ‘Boycott’ trend, actor Vijay Deverakonda stated that it is sad that films and actors have to be those to endure the brunt. Vijay, on Monday, said that individually he has confronted quite quite a few struggles in life and has had barriers in his career earlier, and has overcome them to reach the placement he is at right now. He additionally stated that he is positive human beings will like him and his upcoming film ‘Liger’ because they’ve made the movie with a variety of love and tough paintings.
“I don’t know much, and talking about my own experience, and my thoughts…I believe that life has taught me to be a fighter. When I was younger I had to fight for respect and money…later I had to fight for my place in the industry and even to get work. Every film was like a tough fight for me,” said Vijay.
He added, “When I was doing my first film, we couldn’t find a producer to bankroll it, so I did the film for free, we had to raise money to cover production expenses. At that point, I was nobody in the industry. When my third film ‘Arjun Reddy’ was about to be out, we faced protest before it even hit the theatres. But it turned out to be a hit at the box office and now people know me because of my work in the film. Even after that, another film of mine leaked online before it hit the theatres but when it did, I got a lot of love.”
Speaking about ‘Liger’, he said, “With Liger we expected a bit of drama…but we’ll fight. We’ve put our heart into making this film. And I believe that I am correct. I feel that there is no room for fear, when I had nothing, I didn’t fear, and now after having achieved something, I don’t think there needs to be any fear even now.”
He concluded saying, “Maa ka aashirwaad hai, Logon ka pyaar hai, Bhagwaan ka haath hai, andar aag hai, Kaun rokenge dekh lenge!”
Recently, there were calls to boycott films like ‘Laal Singh Chaddha’, Hrithik Roshan’s upcoming film ‘Vikram Vedha’, Akshay Kumar’s ‘Raksha Bandhan’. There is mass hysteria surrounding the brand new fashion with many actors fearing it’d affect the business in their movie.
Speaking about ‘Liger’, the approaching sports activities drama is prepared to release on August 25. However, even earlier than that,’#BoycottLigerMovie’ began trending on Twitter.
Various motives are being referred to by way of the netizens calling for the ‘Liger’ ban. Mainly, due to Karan Johar’s involvement in it.
After a couple of delays because of COVID-19, the makers are presently promoting the movie in full swing. Dharma Productions unveiled the film’s trailer and songs in advance this month, both of which gathered high-quality comments from the target market. The movie marks Vijay’s debut in Hindi cinema and Ananya’s first multi-lingual movie.