Dabangg 3 caused a riot in India just before the release
Bollywood actor Salman Khan is among the actors who have been globally famous but these days a boycott campaign is being launched in India against the sequel ‘Dabangg 3’ of his film ‘Dabangg’. The sequel to Khan’s most successful film, ‘Dabangg’, is about to hit theatres but why is boycott campaigning against him and social media users ‘boycotting dubious’?
Why are using hashtags? The boycott campaign against the film is being run because people dressed like Hindus’ Sadhu can be seen dancing and playing the guitar in the movie’s song Hur Hur Dabbang, causing social media users to accuse it. Here are some of the tweets that social media users have to say in this regard. A user named Shivila Gubid wrote: ‘We are proud of our simplicity, our humiliation of Sadhu. The culture is insulting.
In response to a user named Rohit Kumar wrote, ‘Don’t boycott kill the director who made this film. Another user wrote, ‘All our Hindus are requested to boycott’ Dabangg 3 ‘(produced by Salman Khan) in which the Hindu Dharma has been humiliated.’ Terry “declared it a Pakistani film and wrote,” These Khans make money by humiliating Hindu Dharma.