Just as Bollywood was recovering from a terrible post-pandemic commercial phase, it faced another huge challenge in the form of boycott trends. Over the past few months, boycott trends have effectively ruined the business of several potential blockbusters and every actor and filmmaker is desperate to find a solution to this problem.
Recently, actress Tisca Chopra also shared her perspective on this issue and shared that the audience has the ultimate power to accept or reject a movie. She told India Today, “I don’t think there’s anything special about an actor. We’re people who just go out to do our job. Part of our job involves other people. We are the ones seen on-screen, however, there are many people who worked behind it.Our responsibility is not just to the writers or the producers, but to everyone involved in the making of the film. As interpreters, this responsibility is on our heads.
The actress added: “The connection with the public is also important. I think they are larger than life. They are the ones who make us because without them we are nothing. If they boycott our films, of course. soch rahe honge na vo log, kyu nahi sochenge (they must have something in mind). They’re the ones spending their time and money watching us, so I respect what they want. If they don’t like it, they don’t like it.”