Netizens ask SS Rajamouli not to promote the movie as the “boycott Brahmastra” movement grows. Please refrain from endorsing these racists.
This film’s hashtags have included #BoycottBrahmastra, #BoycottRanbirKapoor, and # BoycottAliaBhatt.
Ranbir’s admission in an old video that beef is not allowed in the Hindu community infuriated many people. He received criticism for making an offensive remark regarding Alia Bhatt’s pregnancy and afterwards offered an apology.
Boycott Bollywood has become a viral fad on social media. After Laal Singh Chaddha by Aamir Khan, Raksha Bandhan by Akshay Kumar, and Dobaaraa by Taapsee Pannu, the trend had a significant negative impact on Vijay Deverakonda’s significant Bollywood debut, Liger. Netizens have now asked RRR director SS Rajamouli not to promote Brahmastra and support the Hindi cinema community after Alia Bhatt’s remark that “If you don’t like me, don’t watch me” intensified the trend. Read Brahmastra for additional information about the film’s enormous budget, celebrity cast fees, and other facts that will astound you.
Alia Bhatt, on the other hand, received trolls for her response to the boycott movement. Even in the few interviews she gave for Brahmastra, people have found an excuse to boycott the movie, from her remarks that viewers have the freedom to choose not to watch her films to her suggestion that we should “boycott boycotts.”
Rajamouli, who is distributing Brahmastra in the southern areas, recently uploaded a video discussing Ayan Mukerji’s journey and urged viewers to see the movie. Netizens quickly filled his comments section with requests for the renowned director to cease supporting Bollywood actors, claiming that the South Asian film industry is a ray of light for them. Also read: Mouni Roy, the actress from Brahmastra, flashes her sindoor in a deep-necked black dress, earning the label “hotness overload” from online users.
Netizens have waged a virtual war on business since the unfortunate death of Sushant Singh Rajput for encouraging nepotism and forging a toxic atmosphere for up-and-coming artists. This one incident has entirely changed the boycott movement from criticising the substance of movies to attacking the entire business.
The film’s major actors, Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor, are one of the main causes of the social media boycott of Brahmastra. Both are celebrity children, and the outcomes of nepotism.
The last few days have seen a lot of criticism against Brahmastra on social media. # BoycottBrahmastra is trending every day for a variety of reasons.Internet users wish to boycott the movie for a number of reasons, including the inclusion of starlets Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt, the actress’ remark that “if you don’t like me, don’t watch me,” and many more. The producers are doing everything they can to generate positive pre-release publicity. The film’s creators have been releasing little snippets of the movie over the past several days in reaction to the positive reception to the trailer and the song Kesariya.
Since the unfortunate death of Sushant Singh Rajput, internet users have waged a virtual war on the entertainment business for encouraging nepotism and fostering a harsh work environment for up-and-coming performers. Because of this one incident, the boycott movement has entirely changed from targeting individual films’ content to targeting the whole entertainment industry.
On social media, Brahmastra’s principal actors, Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor, are one of the main causes of the ongoing boycott. Both are star children and are the result of nepotism.
After eight years of development delays, Brahmastra is finally slated to hit theatres on September 9 this year. But the boycott group has continued to criticise the movie for a variety of reasons, so controversy has dogged it since months before its release.
With an outstanding ensemble that includes Alia Bhatt, Ranbir Kapoor, Amitabh Bachchan, and Nagarjuna, among others, it is expected to be one of the most costly Bollywood films to date.
Since the day the movie’s trailer debuted, Brahmastra has been generating waves in the entertainment world. Today, Karan Johar shared a movie trailer on Twitter. Shah Rukh Khan does make a cameo appearance in Brahmastra, but the ad just provides us with a brief look at him. According to rumours, he will play Vanarastra in the movie.
It is neither a remake of a classic movie nor has it been excessively advertised with stars doing interviews and randomly popping up on your reel feed.
Why, then, is it still being boycotted, and this so long before its release?
The public’s fixation with movie boycotts has progressed to the point where they no longer avoid a film because of its offensive content. Instead, they indiscriminately comb through the actors’ prior tweets, interviews, and remarks to find justification for spreading unfavourable sentiment about movies.
It has now turned into a personal grudge against a sector of the economy that encourages nepotism, unhealthy competition, and derivative materials.
Anurag Kashyap and Taapsee Pannu’s mocking of this trend in interviews led some people to boycott Dobaaraa. Other recent boycott trends include boycotting Laal Singh Chaddha for Aamir Khan’s controversial utterances and Vikram Vedha for duplicating South Indian movies.