Boycott Brahmastra a lot, but don’t be blinded by the fire of protest!

Support and opposition are considered essential in a democracy. If someone does not agree with an opinion, idea or decision, then they can oppose it. That is your right. But one should not be so blind in the fire of protest that one cannot see the difference between right and wrong. Like what’s going on with Bollywood right now. The Bollywood boycott campaign, which started about two years ago, is now showing its effect. From the road to social media, Bollywood movies are being boycotted in a big way. Many great movies have already fallen victim to this. Big budget movies and Starcast have proven to be a disaster at the box office. The recently released movie ‘Brahmastra’ is currently on the way.

The movie ‘Brahmastra’ is in the spotlight long before its release. The only crime is that it is a Bollywood movie, which has been produced by an abbot like Karan Johar. People’s anger is very much against Bollywood and Karan Johar. People have always believed that in the name of freedom of cinematic expression, a negative image of Hinduism has always been projected in Bollywood. In this, the role of big banners such as Dharma Productions and Yash Raj Films has been very important. Not only this, filmmakers like Karan Johar and Aditya Chopra have been the biggest promoters of nepotism. Instead of talent, these people have been giving opportunities to Nepo Kids, ie sons and daughters of great Bollywood actors.

Ayan Mukerji saw the dream of ‘Brahmastra’, for which he spent 11 years of his life.

There is merit to these accusations. Such bad things must also be opposite. People are doing it too. But protest doesn’t mean we start opposing the good things along with the bad. Start talking bad about anything without thinking. As is happening right now. It is true that Bollywood has made a lot of trash movies for some time now. But in the meantime, big movies like ‘The Kashmir Files’ and ‘Bhool Bhulaiya 2’ have also been released. These movies have also greatly entertained the audience. His record collection testifies to this fact. But the opposition to ‘Brahmastra’ is incomprehensible only by Karan Johar and Shahrukh Khan. Question people’s understanding.

In India, with a population of Rs 130 crore, only 2 to 3 percent of the population watch movies in theaters. Even if the average cost of a movie ticket is assumed to be 100 rupees, then the value of 2 per cent will be 260 million rupees. If that many people see the movie, then any average budget movie can be a big hit at the box office. The most classic example can be taken from ‘Lal Singh Chaddha’ by Aamir Khan. The Hindi remake of the Hollywood movie ‘Forrest Gump’ has been a box office disaster. It has been voted by around 1 lakh 61 thousand people on IMDb with a rating of 5/10. If the votes and the collections are analyzed, then it will be understood how many people have given a rating without seeing the film.

There are a lot of people like that on social media who decide without seeing the movie that the movie is really bad. Now, under the pressure of the people, many big movie critics have also started giving negative reviews. Take, for example, film critic Taran Adarsh. He has described the movie ‘Brahmastra’ as disappointing. This is the same film critic who has given many bad Bollywood movies 3.4 out of 5 stars as the best. While that movie was not liked by the audience at all, avoiding calling a movie very good does not at all mean that you call it poor. That too on a budget of Rs 450 crore, the film made after 11 years of hard work cannot be summed up in one word.

It is true that a big change is needed in Bollywood. Changes must be made from its content to creation. In such a situation, if a filmmaker is working outside the box to make a film according to the wishes of the people, then the Boycott gang should stop and look at his work. Only after that, you should give your opinion about it. At this time, Ayan Mukerji has also made a positive effort. Through the movie ‘Brahmastra’, he has presented Hindu mythology in a modern context. In this, the story of those mythical weapons, of which our new generation would hardly know. Through this film, you will learn about our glorious history. It should be praised.

Bollywood has suffered a lot due to the Boycott Bollywood campaign. Billions of rupees have been lost. Many big budget movies took a backseat. Filming has been halted on many movies, so the filmmakers are now considering extending the release date of many. They feel that this is not the right time for the release of Bollywood movies. If such a film as Brahmastra also failed, then your idea cannot be called bad. However, the main actor of this film, Ranbir Kapoor, considers the content of the film more responsible. In an interview, he had said, “If you offer a good movie, good content, for people to be entertained, then they will definitely go to theaters to see the movie.”

Ranbir Kapoor says, “It depends on the content of the movie whether people will watch it or not. If Shamshera didn’t do well at the box office, it means people didn’t like it because I didn’t see anything negative in the movie before it was released.” Despite this, Shamshera was not liked at the box office. Along with this, people did not like its content. People watch movies because of good content. If the content of the movie is good, people are entertained , then definitely people will go to watch the movie.If your movie is not playing then there is only one reason behind the movie content is not good.Apart from this, the other reason is not understood.

Bollywood Boycott Gang brings new things every time to boycott movies. To do this, old statements related to the actors or directors associated with each film are brought to light. An attempt is made to spread hate towards the film by sharing it on social media. For example, a statement made by Ranbir Kapoor 11 years ago to boycott the movie ‘Brahmastra’ was highlighted. In this, Ranbir called himself Big Beef Boy. That is, a meat eater. At the same time, Alia, who was already making headlines for being Nepo Kid, arrogantly said in a recent interview that if people don’t like her, then don’t watch her. The statements of both have become the weapons of the Boycott gang.

The effect of this was seen by Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt, who recently arrived for Ujjain promotions. When he was prevented from entering the ancient Mahakal temple. Bajrang Dal workers protested against him. Show up to the black flag. Seen this way, the boycott campaign launched on social media has already hit the road. Many great movies have become victims of this campaign. In recent months ‘Runway 34’ by Ajay Devgn, ‘Jersey’ by Shahid Kapoor, ‘Heropanti 2’ by Tiger Shroff, ‘Bachchan Pandey’ and ‘Samrat Prithviraj’ by Akshay Kumar, ‘Dhaakad’ by Kangana Ranaut, Ranveer Singh La cinema bad luck like ‘Jayeshbhai Jordaar’ and Ranbir Kapoor’s ‘Shamshera’ have been seen at the box office. There were great expectations for Aamir Khan’s film ‘Lal Singh Chaddha’ and Akshay Kumar’s ‘Raksha Bandhan’, but these films also fell victim to the boycott.

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