Richa Chadha protests vehemently against the ‘Boycott Bollywood’ trend; Pens down a blunt note

Amidst the preparations and engagements of her marriage with Ali Fazal the actress could be seen taking a step forward to stand by the ongoing crisis of Bollywood film Industry.

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Richa Chadha has been recently making headlines as being the upcoming bride of Bollywood, by tying the marriage knot very soon with Ali Fazal in a grandeur celebration. Amidst the preparations and engagements the actress could be seen taking a step forward to stand by the ongoing crisis of Bollywood film Industry.

As we know, Bollywood is going through a crucial time this very year followed by a massive downfall. Back-to-back films starring superstars are even failing to amuse the audiences under the wrath of a rumoured trend of ‘Boycott Bollywood’.

Actor Richa Chadha took to her Instagram handle to address this boycott trend clouding over the Hindi film industry and protested vehemently against the hatred encompassing it.

She penned a note defending and reacting to how Bollywood is called ‘rubbish’ and the many urging ‘boycott’, the Fukrey actor informed how it’s meant to ‘dislodge people from their employment in the industry’.

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Richa posted a video clip of her while driving through a trafficking road during the Ganpati celebrations. She added another clip from a film set as the team performed a simple puja of Lord Ganesha before a kickstarting shoot.

Richa captioned the video, “That’s me popping my head out after the (10 days of Ganesh Chaturthi) and that, with a quiet prayer is how we start shoot everyday in the Hindi film industry… prayers offered to the Vignaharta (Lord Ganesha). This is called “rolling Ganapati”, and ends with chants of Ganapati Bappa Morya. I wonder if people who call the Hindi film industry rubbish have ever been to a set and looked at the people who work there… looked them in the eyes and repeated bs…I highly doubt it.”

As all know, recent films like Laal Singh Chaddha, Darlings, Raksha Bandhan, and Brahmastra had to go through the brunt of negativity on social media, addressing these boycott trends, she added “I believe some boycott type calls were made once again to dislodge people from their employment in the industry, I also believe the film has raked in plenty profits! Systems must break, be reimagined and transformed for sure. Everything will change soon. Chin up, head up and may the force be with us all.”

Richa Chadha concluded that she has not been active on social media lately because she’s busy with a ‘hectic dance shoot’, and ‘some personal preparations’ regarding her marriage with Ali Fazal.