Vijay Varma On Boycott Bollywood And Cancel Culture: Boycott Bollywood has been trending on social media for a few days. This ‘Bollywood boycott’ trend is also worrying the film industry. Recently, Aamir Khan’s ‘Lal Singh Chaddha’ and Akshay Kumar’s Rakshabandhan have become victims of this. Every other film is being boycotted on social media at this time. In such a situation, now actor Vijay Verma has given his opinion on this issue.
Vijay Varma was seen opposite Alia Bhatt in the recently released Netflix film ‘Darlings’. People have liked the film a lot, since then the actor has remained in the limelight. During a recent interview, Vijay Varma revealed that the film Darlings also had to face the Boycott culture before its release. According to him, it is very disturbing. I tried to understand it. , why this is happening but could not reach the answer.
Actor Vijay Varma further said, the water is going above the head. I think if you had said something 10 years ago, some people may have objected at that time. This may have been the prevailing trend at that time, but it is no longer considered.
‘Can’t boycott now’
Vijay Verma says that, after years of old things, you cannot be boycotted. Giving an example, the actor further said, ‘I went to a house in Rajasthan, there are skins of leopards and tigers. Whenever that house was built, it was common practice to keep the skins of dead animals on display. But now we understand how dangerous and cruel it is to animals, but the people of that time, who have seen the skins of four generations of animals on their wall and never educated themselves, can we cancel them? Huh?’
Vijay Varma did not stop here.. He further explained that it is very important to capture education and time, but time and trends are changing so fast. A comedian who might have said something 10 years ago, can those lines come back and cause trouble for him?
Let us tell you that in the film Darlings, Vijay has won everyone’s heart with his strong acting. He played the gray character of Hamza. Talking about the rest of his films, he will soon be seen in Kareena Kapoor Khan’s ‘Devotion of Suspect X’, Sonakshi Sinha’s ‘Roar’ and ‘Mizarpur 3’.