Anupam Kher on Laal Singh Chaddha boycott calls: ‘It wasn’t a great film’ | Bollywood

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Aamir Khan’s last film, Lal Singh Chadda, did poorly at the box office and didn’t even top it ¥5 billion in the opening weekend. Advate Chandan-directed Laal Singh His Chadda is a Hindi remake of the 1994 Hollywood film Forest His Gump, which also stars Kareena Her Kapoor. Actor Anupam Kher has spoken in a new interview about the ‘boycott Bollywood’ trend and whether it has anything to do with the failure of Lal Singh Chadda. Also Read: Ekta Kapoor reacts to boycott of Laal Singh Chaddha trend

Anupam Kher is not a fan of Aamir Khan star Laal Singh Chaddha.
Anupam Kher is not a fan of Aamir Khan star Laal Singh Chaddha.

Laal Singh Chaddha was released on 11 August 2022 and was unable to benefit from the extended holiday weekend around Raksha Bandhan and Independence Day.its first weekend collection ¥4.6 billion. The film was later released on Netflix. Now Anupam Kher said that if it was a great film, he “couldn’t have stopped” the work of Lal Singh Chadda.

“Lal Singh Chadha was not a great movie. If it was a great movie, there was no power to stop it. Aamir Khan’s PK worked really well. The point is you have to accept the truth.” There is,” Anupam told news agency ANI.

The veteran actor further said: And the only way to kill this trend is to make great work. “

Talking about the ‘boycott of Bollywood’ trend, Anupam feels that this trend will not affect movies. Anupam further added that if everyone has freedom of expression and actors have the right to say something about any situation, they should be brave enough to go through the situation. He seemed to be alluding to Aamir’s old remarks.

The boycott trend against Lal Singh Chadda began after a 2015 interview with Aamir Khan, who said his then-wife Kiran Rao would move out of India due to “rising intolerance”. It has been attracting attention again on social media.

Anupam is next seen in Kangana Ranaut’s Emergency. He also has The Signature, Anurag Basu’s Metro In Dino, and the upcoming thriller film IB71 in the pipeline.

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