The film industry faces many losses due to the boycott affair. If it is said that the stars of the Bollywood industry are in the dark, then it would not be wrong to say that. These days, there is a demand to boycott Bollywood fiercely on social media, due to which films flopped on the big screen.
A Boycott campaign was run on social media against Aamir Khan’s Laal Singh Chaddha and Akshay’s Raksha Bandhan, due to which she was severely beaten at the box office. After this actress, Taapsee Pannu became a victim of Boycott Train.
Tapsee Pannu Reacts On Tweet Against Film Dobaaraa
Recently, Taapsee Pannu’s film was re-released, which did not get a good response from the audience. Reviewing this film, Rohit Jaiswal wrote on social media – ‘The one-day collection of the film Dobaaraa in India is less than one day earning of Haldiram Sweets shop in Kolkata.’ Kamal Rashid Khan also tweeted about this film, in which he wrote – ‘Taapsee Pannu’s film is not houseful for the whole day but still earned eight lakhs.’
Filmmaker Hansal Mehta shared the screenshot of these tweets. Sharing both screenshots, he wrote that – The film Dobaaraa has crossed the 72 lakh mark on 370 screens, which is much higher than usual. Hansal Mehta further wrote – It is the self-proclaimed critics who want to impress us; these monsters are created by the industry who are born and kicking it.
The tweet broke out on Twitter, and Taapsee Pannu replied to me. Taapsee also tweeted Hansal Mehta’s tweet and wrote, ‘ Sir, no matter how loud a lie is spoken, it does not become truth. These people’s identity is only because of the film; they are engaged in destroying the industry, so imagine how foolish they would be. And anyway, it is a problematic film for their mind, so what can the poor do.’
In reply to Taapsee Pannu, KRK retaliated and wrote – ‘You are 100% right, Taapsee, no matter how much you shout and tell false collections, but the public knows the real business of the film is. That your film is a disaster and a film far from the public’s understanding, so the audience did not go to see the film, you see for yourself.’