In The Opinion Of Swara Bhasker, After Sushant Singh Rajput's Passing, Bollywood, Has Been Portrayed As A Dark Place

In response to the boycott of the Bollywood trend, she stated that the current tendency is to spread hatred against Bollywood.

By Honey Rose Thomas, August 23, 2022 20:40 IST

Bollywood is presently going through a phase where netizens are adhering to the boycott culture. It is even for nearly every big-budget movie. Laal Singh Chaddha, starring Aamir Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan, set the pattern. Taapsee Pannu and Anurag Kashyap's Dobaaraa continued it. Many Bollywood actors have spoken candidly on the subject. Swara Bhasker responded to the Bollywood boycott movement in a recent interview with India Today. She says that the current tendency is to spread hatred against Bollywood. It gained momentum after actor Sushant Singh Rajput's passing.
 
About the boycott movements, Swara Bhasker noted that there is a widespread movement on Twitter and other social media. It seeks to denigrate Bollywood and slam it with insults. Because these people don't realise that Bollywood provides a living for many others. The actress made the comment that she finds it petty and revolting. The Veere Di Wedding actress said, in further discussion of the Bollywood vs. South issue, that not all films released in the South are successful. “You're hearing about those that are becoming a hit. That said, even Bollywood has had Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 and Gangubai in the last year. I feel let's acknowledge the slump is happening across. I think there's no one reason but there are many reasons.' Bollywood has been painted as a really dark place, that is only about drugs and alcohol and sex. “Unfortunately, Bollywood is being discredited. There are people who just don't like Bollywood.'
 
She will be seen in Jahaan Chaar Yaar. It is written by Kamal Pandey and produced by Vinod Bachchan. It also stars Meher Vij, Pooja Chopra, and Shikha Talsania.

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