Tusshar Kapoor upset with Boycott Bollywood trend; says, ‘Everyone’s livelihood survives on the success or failure of movies’ – Times of India

With big-budget Bollywood films releasing in theatres post-pandemic, the film industry was supposed to revive, however a lot of releases have suffered due to the Boycott Bollywood trend. Actor Tusshar Kapoor, who’s currently gearing up for his next theatrical release Maarrich is quite upset about the ongoing trend.

In an interview with India Today, Tusshar shared, being a film buff, he genuinely waits for Fridays to go and watch a film in the theatre. And when it comes to the Boycott Bollywood trend, he hopes that all movies work as it not just helps the actor, director or the producer but ‘there are so many layers of people who have worked hard to make a movie possible’.

He further added that there are spot boys, the setting department, the cameramen and so many workers on daily basis who are dependent on movies to be made. It is important for everyone to go and watch movies. He shared that its not also just actors but there are also the people who serve popcorn at the theatres as their livelihoods also survive on the success or failure of movies. So let’s just make all movies work.

Speaking of Tusshar’s film Maarrich, the murder mystery will hit the theatres on December 9. The film also stars Naseeruddin Shah, Rahul Dev, Seerat Kapoor and Anita Hassanandani in pivotal role.

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