“The boycott culture is overpowering these days because of social media”: Dulquer Salmaan

Dulquer Salmaan

Actor Dulquer Salmaan claims that there is no cancel culture in the south industry. The Chup actor claimed in a recent interview that social media has made the boycott culture more prevalent than ever, but that individuals are hearing about it from Bollywood.

Dulquer said to Prabhat Khabar “The boycott culture is overpowering these days because of social media. You can write anything (on social media), so people start writing things with their own agendas, without any responsibilities. There is no cancel culture in the south, we are hearing about it first in Bollywood,”

Numerous famous people came out against Bollywood’s boycott culture prior to Dulquer. Bollywood movies released back-to-back, including Laal Singh Chadha, Raksha Bandhan, and Liger and Brahmastra, have been the focus of the Twitter trend “boycott.” Anurag Kashyap, Taapsee Pannu, Suniel Shetty, and Shefali Shah, among other well-known figures, have all talked extensively on the subject.

Speaking of Dulquer Salmaan, he will be seen in R Balki’s Chup after dazzling the audience with his outstanding performance in Sita Ramam. The plot of the movie centres on a serial murderer who is out to kill cinema critics for writing incredibly critical reviews. The movie pays tribute to Guru Dutt’s 1959 masterpiece “Kaagaz Ke Phool.”

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