Trends for Boycotting “Liger” on Twitter. The forthcoming Bollywood film Liger starring Vijay Deverakonda is the most recent to be slammed by trolls. Here is how the fans of Vijay Deverakonda criticise trolls for failing to back the “self-made” actor.
Reason for boycott
The most recent Twitter hashtag is to “boycott Liger.” The Bollywood film starring Vijay Deverakonda and Ananya Panday playing their respective roles is the subject of trolls. From the time of movie declaration only,it has been in the headlines; after all, it is Deverakonda’s Bollywood debut. Additionally, the actor’s “nearly naked” billboard also made news.
However the first reason for boycott aroused when — Vijay supported Aamir Khan’s Lal Singh Chaddha.
The actor’s supporters have stepped out to show their gratitude as the hashtag receives more and more tweets. They are criticising trolls for focusing on the “self-made” star.
“Vijay Deverakonda is a self-made celebrity and of course a wonderful actor who has worked in blockbuster movies like “Gita Govindam”. He shouldn’t be defamed through any means.
A user said – Why Vijay is blamed,he doesn’t have anything to do with,the producer is Karan Johar.Another fan had the late actor Sushant Singh Rajput in mind. “#BoycottLigerMovie — He said, like SSR, LIGER too comes from a middle class family and had to overcome numerous challenges in the Telugu film industry and after so much of hard work he became successful. Boycotting like this is definitely not a good thing. Emphasizing, he added,”Think twice before boycotting his movie and please don’t ruin his career “.
A user stated, “Literally people will purposely mislead one of the most unproblematic and down to earth performers – Vijay Deverakonda”.
The opinion of a Vijay fan was, “I think these folks are insane. Most individuals don’t even understand why the boycott tag is trending. Vijay is a self-made celebrity and should not be treated like this. I believe the proponents of #BoycottLigerMovie doesn’t know how to support the self-made stars.
Others made jokes about how the trend of boycotting is just a new social media illusion that has no real meaning.