Hashtag ‘Boycott Laal Singh Chaddha’ trends on social media; Here’s why netizens are bashing the movie

Boycott Laal Singh Chaddha controversy: Internet users are encouraging people not to see the Aamir Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan starred movie by using the hashtag #BoycottLaalSinghChaddha on Twitter.

Advertisement

Twitter is trending with the hashtag #BoycottLaalSinghChaddha, which calls on everyone to skip the movie. Reason? The inflammatory statement Aamir Khan made about “India’s rising intolerance” is currently making the rounds, and some of Kareena’s contentious remarks from the past have also been dredged up by critics. “Our society is quite acceptable, but there are some who sow ill-will,” Aamir Khan stated in an interview in 2015. His wife Kiran Rao also garnered media attention when she said that she had pondered fleeing the nation for the sake of their children’s safety.

At a group media session, Aamir Khan talked to the media about the boycott hashtag that was trending and urged his supporters to see his movies. “I do feel sorry, yes. Additionally, I find it terrible that some of the individuals who are saying this secretly think I am someone who dislikes India. They have this belief in their hearts, although it is false. I genuinely adore the nation… I am in that way. That some individuals feel that way is regrettable, “He was said to have said.

In response to the boycott movement, Kareena said to India Today, “Different venues are there. Everybody has a viewpoint. Therefore, if that is going to be the case, you must learn to disregard some things. Otherwise, living your life will just become impossible. I don’t take any of this seriously because of that.”

The 1994 American film Forrest Gump, which is based on Winston Groom’s 1986 novel of the same name, has an official remake in Laal Singh Chaddha. Aamir Khan, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Naga Chaitanya, and Mona Singh all appear in the movie. It is a comedy-drama that Advait Chandan, of Secret Superstar fame, directed. Eric Roth wrote the script, and Atul Kulkarni adapted it.