Aamir Khan says he will respect audiences’ decision if they don’t want to watch Laal Singh Chaddha; gets trolled again
Bollywood’s Mr Perfectionist Aamir Khan is all set to return to the silver screens with his next film Laal Singh Chaddha. But sadly there are many members of the audience who have decided to boycott the comedy drama.
Nowadays when we open social media, the one word which is trending daily is ‘boycott’. Whether it’s for Alia Bhatt, Vijay Varma and Shefali Shah starrer Darlings or Akshay Kumar and Bhumi Pednekar’s film Raksha Bandhan. Netizens have different reasons and are just not ready to budge, no matter what the actors say. But one film which is on the top of the ‘boycott brigade’ list is Aamir Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan ’s Laal Singh Chaddha , the Hindi remake of Forrest Gump.
Netizens are upset with remarks made by the lead actors in the past, which they are claiming were anti-national. Well, in a recent interaction with the paparazzi, Aamir shared that it was not his intention to hurt anybody. He stated, “Agar maine kisi ka dil dukhaaya hai kisi cheez se toh mujhe uss baat ka dukh hai. Main kisi ka dil nahi dukhana chahta hun. Aur I think agar logo ko jis jinko film nahi dekhni hai toh main uss baat ki izzat karunga. Kya kar sakte hain. Lekin main chahunga ki zyaada se zyaada log film dekhein, humne bade mehnat se film banayi hai.”
His words felt like they were coming straight from the heart and some fans even showered him with love. But there are many who trolled him yet again. One netizen wrote: “Lol he doesn’t give a damn 😂 dekhna h toh dekho warna na dekho🤣 bol bhi rha h”, while another comment read: “Ab inko yaad aa rahi ki inse kisi ka dil dukha hai ya inse koi galti huti hai jab move ko boycott kiya ja raha hai 😂😂😂.” Some even suggested him to release the film in Turkey instead. A comment said: “Ijjat to nhi turkey jaao waha release kro.”
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Also starring Mona Singh and Naga Chaitanya along with Shah Rukh Khan in a cameo, Laal Singh Chaddha will arrive in theatres on 11th August. Are you planning to watch the comedy drama on the big screen?