Actor Saniel Shetty had I recently filed an appeal with Yogi Adhyanath, Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh. Work to reduce anti-Bollywood sentiment across the country that is gaining momentum thanks to the hashtag #BoycottBollywood. Now the Federation of West Indian Film Employees (FWICE) is also urging the government to ‘stop’ the trend of #BoycottBollywood.
In a statement, FWICE said the film required the efforts of not only the film’s director and lead cast, but the hundreds of thousands of people who work on the film’s set. And the lives of these people are ruined. “FWICE strongly condemns the ongoing ‘#BoycottBollywood’ trend and calls for immediate protection against hooliganism in theaters and threats to producers,” the statement said.
FWICE further noted that the growing trend to boycott Bollywood “has created critical conditions for the survival of the ordinary workers, technicians and artists who earn their daily bread in this industry.” .
Part of the statement called out those who spread hate against members of the film industry. “Movies are made with passion and dreams of success. People have barged into theaters, intimidated the public and forced them to move out.There have been threats to producers and lead actors/actresses.They have been foul/dirty on social media platforms. They are being abused with vulgar language.”
FWICE suggested that if someone had a problem with the content of a film, they should write about it to the Central Committee for Film Certification rather than destroying the theater. We strongly condemn the boycott of a film that has already been certified by the final division of the authority.Certifying a film through the CBFC is an achievement in itself, as the film and the filmmaker have gone through the entire certification process.Therefore, the protest of the film Filmmakers should follow the correct channels to report complaints about films to the CBFC and other governmental authorities, rather than blindly concocting subversive trends that openly boycott the entire industry,” the statement read. rice field.
“FWICE strongly supports the producers who make films, create jobs for hundreds of thousands of people, and help them earn a living and survive with dignity. We urge you to intervene and stop this “boycott of Bollywood” trend. “
Currently, Shah Rukh Khan’s new film Pathaan is facing protest For that song “Besharam Rang”.