When Brahmastra kicked off in style on Friday, some in the entertainment industry were very unhappy.
Masks, a lifeline in the post-pandemic era, brahmastra Attacked and discredited by unknown attackers. An image of a vast empty cinema in Argentina taken 11 years ago has been circulating online under the guise of an Indian cinema. brahmastra.
The show fills up. The film collected her over Rs 100 crore in its opening weekend. But bots, a new terrorist group targeting our films, insist. brahmastra It’s a flop! As the sage once said, no one is so blind as those who refuse to see the truth.
Malicious misrepresentation is a serious offense. Social activists and media workers have been jailed for their crimes. Who will bring up these hired rogues, the so-called “bots”? brahmastra?
when brahmastra had a spectacular opening on Friday, but some in the entertainment industry were very unhappy. It’s hard to be generous with the success of others as your own valuable product is tanked without a trace.
“Jab apne ghar mein aag lagi ho toh kaisi diwali (How can you celebrate Diwali when your house is on fire?)” The veteran producer explained the industry’s reluctance to accept Karan Johar’s success as their own.
It’s one thing to resent your neighbor’s success. Turning malice into corrupt malice that borders on murderous hatred is quite another.The wrath of discrediting campaigns brahmastra Beyond the hate I’ve seen. Trolls are sure they want the movie to flop.When their boycott campaign didn’t work, they now target anyone they like brahmastra.
“Kitne paise mile hain, sir?troll asked me after I tweeted praising brahmastraI liked the respectful tone of that troll.Depends on the money you give brahmastra I would like to share with a troll. It will be charged to my account as vandalism tax.
the success of brahmastra It proves a lot: the spectacle is the only seducer in cinema, and the 3D format is the future of the cinema business. Most of all, it proves the impotence of boycott culture. You can’t kill an audience’s enthusiasm by pretending to wave a faceless anti-nepotist, pro-Hindutva flag on social media.
What really needs to be addressed is the corruption and lack of cohesion within the film industry.
A leading filmmaker called me and spitefully told me to stop supporting Karan Johar. Not to mention the adjective that follows it. This (erroneous) leading filmmaker meant it as an insult, but I don’t think being Sindhi or gay is an insult. To discredit a team by questioning their creativity or sexual orientation is an affront to the film industry as a whole.
There are movies worth trolling. Then there are the uncomplaining handful of movies that get trolled for reasons other than their lack of intrinsic merit. This is a poison that needs to be stopped from spreading before it seeps into a place of no redemption. Questioning beliefs or taking down movies is totally unacceptable. It should be a recognizable crime.
if you think you won’t see brahmastra You have a hidden agenda, so I apologize for barking up the wrong tree.
Subhash K Jha is a Patna-based film critic who has been writing about Bollywood long enough to know the Bollywood industry thoroughly. He tweets at @SubhashK_Jha.
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