Junior NTR made this statement on the boycott trend, saying ‘pressure is good’
#BoycottBrahmastra: Fans are eagerly awaiting Bollywood real-life couple Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt’s first movie together ‘Brahmastra’. The countdown to the film’s release has begun. Let us inform you that the film will hit theaters on September 9th for which promotion is in full swing. But even before its release, calls to boycott the film (#BoycottBrahmastra) have begun. In response to the call for this boycott, South Superstar Junior NTR issued a major statement, breaking the silence.
Said this thing on boycott
Jr. NTR said amid Brahmastra’s promotion, “We work well under pressure… Pressure is good. Right now the industry needs to take on this challenge and make good, great films for audiences. Nobody needs to be humiliated here. Let’s accept this challenge. Let us tell you that Jr. NTR and Alia Bhatt starred in the movie RRR together.
Jr NTR sums it up best!
“Many people say that we are under enormous pressure worldwide. But pressure is good. I don’t put anyone down. Let’s take the challenge and make good and great films.” pic.twitter.com/BxR8WCcEGg
– AndhraBoxOffice.Com (@AndhraBoxOffice) September 2, 2022
Karan Johar praises SS Rajamouli
NTR continued his point, further saying, “I pray that Brahmastra emerges as the Brahmastra of Indian cinema.” Apart from that, he praised Karan Johar and SS Rajamouli, saying, “Karan Johar and director SS Rajamouli have united Indian cinema.”
Why did the call for a boycott of Brahmastra arise?
In fact, Alia Bhatt had recently attacked people calling for a boycott, saying, “If you don’t like me, don’t look at me.” The actress’ statement didn’t sit well with her fans and social media users, and calls for a boycott of the film “Brahmastra” have been mounting ever since. Alia continued, “If you don’t like me, don’t look at me. I can not help it. It’s like I can’t do anything about it because people will definitely have something to say or something. I hope to prove to them with my films that I really deserve the place I’m in now.