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‘Boycott Laal Singh Chaddha’ trends after trailer

Update : 31 May 2022, 14:47

The trailer of Aamir Khan’s much-awaited movie Laal Singh Chaddha was released during the finals of IPL 2022. As the trailer was released, the movie received a mixed response from the audience while certain netizens started trending #BoycottLaalSinghChaddha. The film is scheduled to release in August 11 and is a remake of Tom Hank’s critically acclaimed movie Forrest Gump.

Trolls are bringing up the lead actor Aamir Khan’s old comment ‘India is intolerant’ controversy and other things to stop people from watching this film.

Aamir Khan and his ex wife Kirran rao were slammed for giving a controversial statement on growing intolerance in India a few years back. In a statement he said “'Should we move out of India?'  She is concerned about her child's safety. She is concerned about the atmosphere that will surround us. Every day, she is terrified to open the newspapers." The statement did more damage to Aamir’s career as he constantly faced such a response from the viewers. And now the year old matter has popped up again urging everyone to boycott the film.

One fan commented, “Aamir Khan Said “India Is Intolerant and He wants to Leave India” #BoycottBollywood #BoycottLaalSinghChaddha”.

Some fans are even alleging that it took them 14 years to copy the film that too with the poor version. Many internet users are hesitant to watch the remake because the original film was well-received by all.

“Such a bad time has not come for the public, who go to watch a bad movie like Lal Singh Chaddha, total Boycott,” tweeted out one user. The user also said that for people who love to watch a bad movie, Lal Singh Chaddha is a great option. The film is based on the story of a man who stumbles into a criminal and funny journey to pursue his right, but ends up in bigger trouble.

However, many fans of Aamir Khan have come to the support of the movie and have flooded Twitter with positive comments about the trailer. 




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