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Arjun Kapoor torn with anger over the boycott trend, said – it is necessary to teach a lesson to people, now more is happening

Arjun Kapoor is one of the most promising actors in the tinsel town of Bollywood. He made his debut with ‘Ishaqzaade’ opposite Parineeti Chopra in 2012 and carved a niche for himself with career success. She has a huge fan following and fans love to see her on the silver screen. The actor was last seen in Mohit Suri’s Ek Villain Returns alongside Tara Sutaria, Disha Patani and John Abraham. He was praised for his performance as Gautam Mehra. Recently, the actor has given his opinion on the boycott of films.

Arjun Kapoor on film boycott
After the boycott on social media of Aamir Khan’s ‘Lal Singh Chaddha’ and Akshay Kumar’s ‘Raksha Bandhan’, this is the talk of everyone everywhere. Now in a recent interview with Bollywood Hungama, Arjun Kapoor talked about the boycott of films on social media. He said, ‘I think we made a mistake by keeping quiet about it and it was our decency but people have started taking advantage of it.’

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Arjun Kapoor furious at people
He further said, ‘Looks like we have made a mistake in thinking that ‘Our work itself will speak’. You know you don’t always have to get your hands dirty, but I think we tolerated it a lot and now people have made it a habit. Now more is happening. This is wrong.’

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People are far away from reality.
Further, he said that the people of the industry need to come together and do something about it because what people write about them or the hashtags they trend are far from reality and when films do well at the box office. If they do, people don’t like them. It is wrong to boycott films because of actors’ surnames.

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people keep throwing mud
Arjun said that on Friday morning, the enthusiasm and excitement about a new film among the people and the brightness of the industry is fading. He said, ‘If people keep throwing mud, then the new car will also lose a little shine, will it not? We have faced a lot of mud, we have turned a blind eye to it. Meanwhile, Arjun will next be seen in ‘The Lady Killer’ and ‘Kutte’.




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