Aamir Khan On "Boycott Laal Singh Chaddha" Twitter Trend: They Think I Dont Like India But Its Unt

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Publish Date : 2022-08-01


Aamir Khan On "Boycott Laal Singh Chaddha" Twitter Trend: They Think I Dont Like India But Its Unt

New Delhi: Just a few days before its theatrical release, Aamir Khan's upcoming project Laal Singh Chaddha became the unwilling centre of controversy after "#BoycottLaalSinghChaddha" started trending in Twitter. Aamir Khan, who stars in the titular role and has also co-produced the film, recently reacted to the boycott trend regarding his film said, "Yes, I feel sad," reported India Today. The actor added, "Also, I feel sad that some of the people who are saying this, in their heart, they believe that I am someone who doesn't like India. In their hearts they believe, but it is untrue. It is rather unfortunate that some people feel that way. That's not the case." He requested fans to give his film a fair chance and added, "Please don't boycott my film. Please watch my film." The boycott trend regarding the film began after a section of the Internet dug out Aamir Khan's 2015 interview bits, where he said that his ex-filmmaker wife Kiran Rao had suggested they move countries because of "growing intolerance." His comments had provoked nationwide protests.

New Delhi: Just a few days before its theatrical release, Aamir Khan's upcoming project Laal Singh Chaddha became the unwilling centre of controversy after "#BoycottLaalSinghChaddha" started trending in Twitter. Aamir Khan, who stars in the titular role and has also co-produced the film, recently reacted to the boycott trend regarding his film said, "Yes, I feel sad," reported India Today. The actor added, "Also, I feel sad that some of the people who are saying this, in their heart, they believe that I am someone who doesn't like India. In their hearts they believe, but it is untrue. It is rather unfortunate that some people feel that way. That's not the case." He requested fans to give his film a fair chance and added, "Please don't boycott my film. Please watch my film." The boycott trend regarding the film began after a section of the Internet dug out Aamir Khan's 2015 interview bits, where he said that his ex-filmmaker wife Kiran Rao had suggested they move countries because of "growing intolerance." His comments had provoked nationwide protests.New Delhi: Just a few days before its theatrical release, Aamir Khan's upcoming project Laal Singh Chaddha became the unwilling centre of controversy after "#BoycottLaalSinghChaddha" started trending in Twitter. Aamir Khan, who stars in the titular role and has also co-produced the film, recently reacted to the boycott trend regarding his film said, "Yes, I feel sad," reported India Today. The actor added, "Also, I feel sad that some of the people who are saying this, in their heart, they believe that I am someone who doesn't like India. In their hearts they believe, but it is untrue. It is rather unfortunate that some people feel that way. That's not the case." He requested fans to give his film a fair chance and added, "Please don't boycott my film. Please watch my film." The boycott trend regarding the film began after a section of the Internet dug out Aamir Khan's 2015 interview bits, where he said that his ex-filmmaker wife Kiran Rao had suggested they move countries because of "growing intolerance." His comments had provoked nationwide protests.New Delhi: Just a few days before its theatrical release, Aamir Khan's upcoming project Laal Singh Chaddha became the unwilling centre of controversy after "#BoycottLaalSinghChaddha" started trending in Twitter. Aamir Khan, who stars in the titular role and has also co-produced the film, recently reacted to the boycott trend regarding his film said, "Yes, I feel sad," reported India Today. The actor added, "Also, I feel sad that some of the people who are saying this, in their heart, they believe that I am someone who doesn't like India. In their hearts they believe, but it is untrue. It is rather unfortunate that some people feel that way. That's not the case." He requested fans to give his film a fair chance and added, "Please don't boycott my film. Please watch my film." The boycott trend regarding the film began after a section of the Internet dug out Aamir Khan's 2015 interview bits, where he said that his ex-filmmaker wife Kiran Rao had suggested they move countries because of "growing intolerance." His comments had provoked nationwide protests.New Delhi: Just a few days before its theatrical release, Aamir Khan's upcoming project Laal Singh Chaddha became the unwilling centre of controversy after "#BoycottLaalSinghChaddha" started trending in Twitter. Aamir Khan, who stars in the titular role and has also co-produced the film, recently reacted to the boycott trend regarding his film said, "Yes, I feel sad," reported India Today. The actor added, "Also, I feel sad that some of the people who are saying this, in their heart, they believe that I am someone who doesn't like India. In their hearts they believe, but it is untrue. It is rather unfortunate that some people feel that way. That's not the case." He requested fans to give his film a fair chance and added, "Please don't boycott my film. Please watch my film." The boycott trend regarding the film began after a section of the Internet dug out Aamir Khan's 2015 interview bits, where he said that his ex-filmmaker wife Kiran Rao had suggested they move countries because of "growing intolerance." His comments had provoked nationwide protests.New Delhi: Just a few days before its theatrical release, Aamir Khan's upcoming project Laal Singh Chaddha became the unwilling centre of controversy after "#BoycottLaalSinghChaddha" started trending in Twitter. Aamir Khan, who stars in the titular role and has also co-produced the film, recently reacted to the boycott trend regarding his film said, "Yes, I feel sad," reported India Today. The actor added, "Also, I feel sad that some of the people who are saying this, in their heart, they believe that I am someone who doesn't like India. In their hearts they believe, but it is untrue. It is rather unfortunate that some people feel that way. That's not the case." He requested fans to give his film a fair chance and added, "Please don't boycott my film. Please watch my film." The boycott trend regarding the film began after a section of the Internet dug out Aamir Khan's 2015 interview bits, where he said that his ex-filmmaker wife Kiran Rao had suggested they move countries because of "growing intolerance." His comments had provoked nationwide protests.New Delhi: Just a few days before its theatrical release, Aamir Khan's upcoming project Laal Singh Chaddha became the unwilling centre of controversy after "#BoycottLaalSinghChaddha" started trending in Twitter. Aamir Khan, who stars in the titular role and has also co-produced the film, recently reacted to the boycott trend regarding his film said, "Yes, I feel sad," reported India Today. The actor added, "Also, I feel sad that some of the people who are saying this, in their heart, they believe that I am someone who doesn't like India. In their hearts they believe, but it is untrue. It is rather unfortunate that some people feel that way. That's not the case." He requested fans to give his film a fair chance and added, "Please don't boycott my film. Please watch my film." The boycott trend regarding the film began after a section of the Internet dug out Aamir Khan's 2015 interview bits, where he said that his ex-filmmaker wife Kiran Rao had suggested they move countries because of "growing intolerance." His comments had provoked nationwide protests.New Delhi: Just a few days before its theatrical release, Aamir Khan's upcoming project Laal Singh Chaddha became the unwilling centre of controversy after "#BoycottLaalSinghChaddha" started trending in Twitter. Aamir Khan, who stars in the titular role and has also co-produced the film, recently reacted to the boycott trend regarding his film said, "Yes, I feel sad," reported India Today. The actor added, "Also, I feel sad that some of the people who are saying this, in their heart, they believe that I am someone who doesn't like India. In their hearts they believe, but it is untrue. It is rather unfortunate that some people feel that way. That's not the case." He requested fans to give his film a fair chance and added, "Please don't boycott my film. Please watch my film." The boycott trend regarding the film began after a section of the Internet dug out Aamir Khan's 2015 interview bits, where he said that his ex-filmmaker wife Kiran Rao had suggested they move countries because of "growing intolerance." His comments had provoked nationwide protests.New Delhi: Just a few days before its theatrical release, Aamir Khan's upcoming project Laal Singh Chaddha became the unwilling centre of controversy after "#BoycottLaalSinghChaddha" started trending in Twitter. Aamir Khan, who stars in the titular role and has also co-produced the film, recently reacted to the boycott trend regarding his film said, "Yes, I feel sad," reported India Today. The actor added, "Also, I feel sad that some of the people who are saying this, in their heart, they believe that I am someone who doesn't like India. In their hearts they believe, but it is untrue. It is rather unfortunate that some people feel that way. That's not the case." He requested fans to give his film a fair chance and added, "Please don't boycott my film. Please watch my film." The boycott trend regarding the film began after a section of the Internet dug out Aamir Khan's 2015 interview bits, where he said that his ex-filmmaker wife Kiran Rao had suggested they move countries because of "growing intolerance." His comments had provoked nationwide protests.New Delhi: Just a few days before its theatrical release, Aamir Khan's upcoming project Laal Singh Chaddha became the unwilling centre of controversy after "#BoycottLaalSinghChaddha" started trending in Twitter. Aamir Khan, who stars in the titular role and has also co-produced the film, recently reacted to the boycott trend regarding his film said, "Yes, I feel sad," reported India Today. The actor added, "Also, I feel sad that some of the people who are saying this, in their heart, they believe that I am someone who doesn't like India. In their hearts they believe, but it is untrue. It is rather unfortunate that some people feel that way. That's not the case." He requested fans to give his film a fair chance and added, "Please don't boycott my film. Please watch my film." The boycott trend regarding the film began after a section of the Internet dug out Aamir Khan's 2015 interview bits, where he said that his ex-filmmaker wife Kiran Rao had suggested they move countries because of "growing intolerance." His comments had provoked nationwide protests.New Delhi: Just a few days before its theatrical release, Aamir Khan's upcoming project Laal Singh Chaddha became the unwilling centre of controversy after "#BoycottLaalSinghChaddha" started trending in Twitter. Aamir Khan, who stars in the titular role and has also co-produced the film, recently reacted to the boycott trend regarding his film said, "Yes, I feel sad," reported India Today. The actor added, "Also, I feel sad that some of the people who are saying this, in their heart, they believe that I am someone who doesn't like India. In their hearts they believe, but it is untrue. It i



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