October 3, 2022
The Kashmir Files director Vivek Agnihotri said on Boycott Bollywood, positive results will come

Boycott Bollywood: These days Boycott Bollywood is trending very fast and due to this people are also giving their reactions on social media. From netizens to many well-known personalities of the Hindi film industry, people are targeting some Bollywood celebrities and criticizing them on various grounds. Recently, The Kashmir Files director Vivek Agnihotri, who has been voicing his views on many matters in the Hindi film industry, said during a recent conversation that “the boycott campaign of Bollywood is very good”. Let us know why he said this.

Vivek Agnihotri, who had earlier slammed Anurag Kashyap, Karan Johar, Ranveer Singh and other celebs, has now said that the trend of boycotting Bollywood is showing people’s “disappointment” with the kind of films Bollywood is bringing for them. Is. He is also positive about the fact that “the end result will be very positive.”

Vivek during the conversation about his opinion on Boycott of Bollywood said, “It is a very complex issue, and talking about Boycott Bollywood, he said it is a personal matter. After this he said, ‘I think That the ‘Boycott Bollywood’ campaign is great because it shows people’s dismay about the kind of films Bollywood is producing, and the end result will be very positive.”

Also, when asked if the trend of boycotting Bollywood was “a result of some political conspiracy, Vivek Agnihotri said, “I don’t think so. It is more of a cultural rebellion against Bollywood than a political one.” He further added, “Kashmiri Muslims, Bengalis, South Indians have problems with Bollywood because of their poor representation. Bollywood makes fun of the middle class who are their buyers, and they think people are dumb. Unlike South Indian film stars, Bollywood is not attached to people, and they behave as if they are ‘gods’. The themes of South Indian, Marathi, Bengali, Oriya and other cinema are now resonating among the masses.

Asked if he considers himself a part of Bollywood, Vivek Agnihotri replied, “No, I am not.” Meanwhile, recently, director Prakash Jha also took a dig at “great actors” for supporting gutkha. Due to which now it seems that there are two sides in the Hindi film industry regarding Boycott Bollywood. At present, we do not know how far this issue is, but it has caused a lot of damage to Bollywood somewhere.

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