PM Modi on Boycott Bollywood: It has been seen for a long time that a big campaign of Boycott Bollywood trend has started on social media. Because of which many films have fallen prey to this boycott trend. At present, there is a lot of controversy regarding superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s upcoming film ‘Pathan’. BJP leader Narottam Mishra has already objected to the song of this film and actress Deepika Padukone’s saffron bikini. Meanwhile, before the release of ‘Pathan’, the country’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi has advised his party workers and leaders not to speak about films.
PM Modi’s big statement came from the release of ‘Pathan’
According to the PTI report, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given a big message to the BJP cadre during the second day of BJP’s National Executive meeting on Mangalore. In this meeting, PM Modi has told everyone that- ‘There is no need for anyone to make unnecessary comments on meaningless issues like films. Also, it is better to avoid it as much as possible. These comments have put the development agenda of the party on the backburner.
It may be known that in the past many controversial statements have been made by many leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party regarding films, due to which a lot of controversy has also happened. In such a situation, after this statement of PM Modi, will it be interesting to see whether there will be any difference in the Boycott Bollywood trend.
Uproar over Pathan’s release
Protests are being seen in different states of the country regarding Shah Rukh Khan’s film Pathan. Due to which there is expected to be a ruckus on the day of Pathan’s release. But now after this statement of the Prime Minister of the country, Narendra Modi, the possibility of an uproar will be greatly reduced. Because the effect of his latest statement can be seen on everyone. However, after this statement of PM Modi, upcoming Bollywood films like Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan, Selfie and Jawan may also get relief from the Boycott Bollywood trend.
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