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swara bhasker reaction over boycott trend over brahmastra controversy

There has been a lot of uproar in Hindi cinema for some time now. While mega-budget films are constantly sinking at the box office, a section on social media is constantly demanding Bollywood boycott. Many films including Shamshera, Lal Singh Chaddha, Rakshabandhan, Dobara to Samrat Prithviraj were boycotted and these stars were also trolled a lot. Currently, this faction on Twitter has targeted Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor’s film Brahmastra. For the past several days, Brahmastra is being continuously boycotted and the stars were also trolled. Now Bollywood actress Swara Bhaskar has reacted to this. Let us tell you what the four man actress said. A user named Ratna of Bollywood tweeted about Brahmastra. The user said that it is better to support the gem of Bollywood than to waste money on Brahmastra. Remember don’t waste your money on those who hurt Hindi sentiments and supporters of 26/11. Now Swara Bhasker reacted on this tweet and called such boycott a business. However, after Swara’s tweet, the trollers started trolling her. Some posted bold scenes of Swara and described her work as business, while some said that she agrees with the actress.

Swara Bhaskar’s Reaction on Boycott TrendSwara Bhasker on Boycott wrote, This business is done. All this is the successful business of ‘Boycott Bollywood’. Let us tell you that Swara Bhaskar is in discussion these days about her upcoming film Jahan Chaar Yaar. Recently its trailer was released, whose story was very impressive by the audience.

Boycott Alia Bhatt: Troll army boycotted Alia Bhatt of ‘Brahmastra’, got angry because of these 10 reasonsOpinion: I had to be there… Learn Bollywood from South, only then will you know! Otherwise, these 5 absurdities will drown Brahmastra Advance Booking: Will Brahmastra earn more than Lal Singh Chaddha? Thousands of tickets sold in a single daySwara Bhasker: Swara Bhaskar reminded Alia Bhatt, Sushant case on boycott trend, said- why people are spreading nonsense, tell Brahmastra boycott Brahmāstra: Part One – Shiva to be released in cinemas on 9 September 2022 is going This film, made under Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions, has been in the hands of the troll army for the last several days due to various reasons. Some trollers asked to boycott Alia Bhatt’s film, so some asked Ranbir Kapoor’s old beef statement and told the reason for boycotting it.

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