Netizens Troll Arjun Kapoor For His Reaction Against The Boycott Trend

Arjun Kapoor, who has been on the receiving end of brutal trolling quite a few times, was yet again targeted by social media for his remark on the recent Boycott Trend.

Arjun’s reaction to the Boycott Trend

Bollywood actor Arjun Kapoor, in a recent interview with Bollywood Hungama, opened up about the rise of boycott trends and he said that the only way to deal with it is to be united as an industry.


It all started with Aamir Khan’s Laal Singh Chaddha where a section of Twitter called for a boycott. Akshay Kumar’s Raksha Bandhan and Hrithik Roshan’s Vikram Vedha (which is yet to release), were also a part of this outrage.

“I think we made a mistake by being silent about it and that was our decency but people have started taking advantage of that. I think we made a mistake by thinking that our work will speak for ourselves. You know you don’t always need to get your hand dirty but I guess we tolerated it a lot and now people have made this a habit. We need to come together and do something about it because what people write about us or the hashtags that trend, are far away from reality,” Arjun Kapoor told Bollywood Hungama.

The 37-year-old called the cancel culture “unfair” and said, “Ab zyada hone laga hai…unfair hai (This has started happening a lot now. It is unfair).” The actor added how the audience used to be excited about new releases earlier but now things have changed and for the worse.


“On Friday morning, the spark in people, the euphoria for a new film, the excitement in people, and the shine of the industry are coming down. People have been tossing mud on us for years now and even a new car that will face that will turn muddy and it will lose its shine. We have been facing this for years now. We think that people’s perception will change after the film’s release,” said Arjun Kapoor.

Twitter Reactions

After his statement, he was brutally trolled on social media for his comments on the boycott trends, even as more such hashtags continue to trend.