Durkha Salman says ‘cancellation culture does not exist in the South’: ‘first time I heard this in Bollywood’

After the great success of Sita Ramam, Darqa Salman His next release, Chup, is ready to go. This is directed by R. Balki Dalkaz Third Hindi film after Karwaan and The Zoya Factor. In a recent chat, Dulquer was asked about the ongoing “boycott culture” that seems to target every new release and its star cast. The Kurup actor said boycott culture does not exist in southern India.

“Boycott culture is on the rise thanks to social media. People can write anything, so irresponsible people can start with any agenda. Cancellation culture does not exist in the South. First time in Bollywood. I heard,” he told Prabhat Khabar.

The recent success of Sita Ramam in the south has prompted the makers to release their films in Hindi. The release of the film on OTT platforms has also generated a positive response. As Dharkar is one of the few actors who work across languages, he was asked about the recent phenomenon of pan-Indian cinema and if there were any plans to cover pan-Indian cinema.

“I get a lot of offers, but I don’t understand the pan-Indian concept. It can be pitched anywhere, but I think it’s strange to use the term pan-Indian,” he said.

In a previous chat with the media of hyderabadhe said he likes star movies Amitabh Bachchan When Rajinikanth Always Pan-Indian. he said: Now you won’t find an article or interview without this Pan-Indic language. I don’t think it’s a new idea or concept. Movies with stars like Amitabh Bachchan, Rajinikanth and Shah Rukh Khan crossed borders long ago. I feel no need to stress that the film is a pan-Indian film. “

https://indianexpress.com/article/entertainment/bollywood/dulquer-salmaan-says-cancel-culture-does-not-exist-in-south-8154410/ Durkha Salman says ‘cancellation culture does not exist in the South’: ‘first time I heard this in Bollywood’

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