Bollywood filmmaker Anurag Kashyap is presently on a promotional spree for his upcoming movie Dobaaraa starring Taapsee Pannu within the lead. During their promotional interview, the actor and director duo have been spilling the beans about something and all the pieces. After Taapsee’s ‘my s*x life is not interesting enough to be Koffee With Karan’ one other remark from Dobaaraa’s director has taken the net by storm. The filmmaker dragged Sushant Singh Rajput’s title whereas talking about boycott tradition.
For the unversed, from the previous few weeks, upcoming films Laal Singh Chaddha and Raksha Bandhan are trending on social media as netizens are asking individuals to boycott them.
During his current interview, when Anurag Kashyap was requested in regards to the boycott tradition, he stated that we stay in unusual occasions the place Sushant Singh Rajput tendencies on social media, whereas others preserve getting boycotted on social media.
Speaking to Indian Express, Anurag Kashyap stated, “Today if I have to make a Black Friday or a Gangs of Wasseypur, I don’t think I can make it. Because I have seen it, I have tried to, I have written a lot of scripts but there are no takers. There are no takers for a lot of films which are remotely about politics or religion”.
Anurag then went on to tug SSR’s title and stated, “We are living in very strange times. Two years later, Sushant Singh Rajput still trends every day. These are strange times, where everything is to be boycotted. It is not just one side, it is happening across. Everyone is being boycotted: political parties, the Indian cricket team, everyone. This country now has a boycott culture. if you are not being boycotted, then you don’t matter,”
“We are dealing with the consequences of our own choices, whatever it is, we have to accept it. You cannot sit here and say ‘oh no’. There are lots of countries which have survived a lot. There is also a way to survive and continue doing something, continue being relevant. Or do nothing, just exist,” the filmmaker added additional.
Dobaaraa, which is backed by Ekta Kapoor, is slated to hit the screens on August 19. 2022.