Advait Chandan also wrote, "#PayEveryTroll" along with his note on Instagram.
Last Updated: 02.59 AM, Aug 09, 2022
Advait Chandan, the director of Aamir Khan's most recent film, Laal Singh Chaddha, responded to individuals who claimed that the movie had been the target of a paid troll campaign on Monday. Since the debut of its trailer, the movie has been the subject of debate.
Following a boycott wave on Twitter, fresh online allegations claimed the trolls were "paid" to spread word about the movie.
In response to these accusations, filmmaker Chandan posted a letter on Instagram that delivered biting sarcasm to those making accusations.
Advait remarked, making fun, "I am told there are people being paid to troll Aamir Sir. This is deeply upsetting to hear, and it's outright unfair. Why have I been trolling him for free?" In addition, he used the hashtag #PayEveryTroll.
Aamir Khan stated in an interview in 2015, "Our country is very tolerant, but there are people who spread ill-will." His ex-wife, Kiran Rao, also garnered media attention when she said that she had pondered leaving the nation for the sake of their children's safety.
Twitter users reacted to the interview by using hashtags such as #BoycottLaalSinghChaddha and #BoycottAamirKhan. The trolls also dug up Aamir's meeting with Emine Erdogan, the First Lady of Turkey, while he was there filming Laal Singh Chaddha. The conference, which took place against the backdrop of Turkey's escalating anti-India and pro-Pakistan stance, angered online users.
Aamir is concerned about the recent social media trends because he had to ask people to see his movie.
Aamir recently addressed the media in Mumbai, talking about boycotting Bollywood, Laal Singh Chaddha, and Aamir Khan. The actor is saddened by the fact that many individuals who are expressing this in their hearts think he doesn't like India. He believes they know in their hearts that it's completely false. The actor claimed that he is the way he is because he truly loves this nation. That some people feel otherwise is unfortunate. Aamir wants to reassure everyone that that isn't true, so don't boycott his movies and do watch them.
Forrest Gump, an Academy Award-winning 1994 movie starring Tom Hanks, has an official Hindi remake called Laal Singh Chaddha. The release date is set for August 11. The movie also stars Mona Singh and Kareena Kapoor Khan.