The hashtag Boycott Bollywood trends on Twitter following tweets by Bollywood actors calling that there is a “Propaganda against India and Indian policies.”
Major Bollywood actors such as Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgan, Suniel Shetty, and Karan Johar tweeted in favor of the government.
The following tweets were seen:
A single NFL player donated more for farmers than all of Bollywood #BoycottBollywood— Ravi (@ravii_jd) February 3, 2021
I was browsing through Netflix and realized bollywood had made a movie named Kisaan.. the trailer of the movie displayed anger over the government trying to take away land..— Maya Gill (@mayaaaagill) February 3, 2021
THE HYPOCRISY🤡 #BoycottBollywood #KisaanMajdoorEktaZindabaad #FarmersProtest pic.twitter.com/Z6bpTO2BgX
American footballer JuJu Smith-Schuster announced $ 10,000 to help farmers, will their cricketers learn anything?— Rofl Shazi 2.0 🏹 🚜🌾 (@Shazi786_) February 4, 2021
Sachin Tendulkar Anil Kumble Suresh Raina Ravi Shastri RP Singh#IndianFarmersHumanRights#BoycottBollywood#SachinTendulkar#FarmersProtest#आरक्षण_बचाओ
People were seen using the hashtag after none of the Bollywood actors came in support of the farmers movement but instead tweeted a similar message among them.
Bollywood's obsession with portraying Sikhism in reel life versus its intolerance for minority religions in real life. #BoycottBollywood #IStandWithFarmers pic.twitter.com/S5eliSbgmh#IndianFarmersHumanRights— Singh Saab(ਯਾਰ ਬਠਿੰਡੇ ਤੋਂ) (@SinghPunni) February 4, 2021