WWE wrestler Veer Mahan, incensed by Bollywood, called for a boycott of the industry and questioned who had the right.
Social media has seen a rise in the boycott trend. It is impossible for there to be no boycott movement on Twitter and no new Hindi film release. Boycotting Lal Singh Chaddha first gained popularity as a result of Aamir Khan’s contentious remarks. Then, during the promotion of the movie “OMG,” a request to boycott “Raksha Bandhan” was made in response to Akshay Kumar’s argument. And now a boycott of Alia Bhatt’s movie “Darlings” has begun because it condones domestic abuse.
The video of Rinku Singh, who represented India with pride in the WWE, is another item that is going popular on social media amid all this turmoil. Let us inform you that Veer Mahan, aka Rinku Singh, calls for a boycott of movies and web series in his videos.
Recently, Veer Mahan demanded a boycott of the movies in a video posted to social media. Although Veer Mahan did not specifically mention any movie during the entire video, it is clear from what he says that he is referring to “Lal Singh Chaddha” and “Raksha Bandhan.” “Resist films and online series that make fun of religion, faith, caste, history, raise your voice, country and religions are vital,” writes Wrestler, who shares this video.
Part of the speech
Rinku Rajput declares: “I’m Rinku Rajput, and thank you, India.
Only halfway through one in the morning. I was unable to control my impulses. On social media, I have viewed trailers for numerous films and web shows. wherever blatant insults directed at our gods and goddesses are made. making fun of the civilization and culture of India. Who has granted you a complete license to mock people’s sentiments and worldviews? Feel the shame! You are disparaging the culture and civilization of a nation that is well-known over the globe for its history, culture, and civilization. And displaying it in obscenities.”
Veer Mahan continues, “I implore my fellow citizens to band together and abstain from watching films and online series that exploit viewers’ emotions. And keep in mind that faith and nation come first. Mahadev, Har Har!”