'Laal Singh Chaddha,' Aamir Khan's last movie, had a dismal box office performance, failing to even top 50 crores in its opening weekend. The movie, which was directed by Advait Chandan and starring Kareena Kapoor, was a Hindi remake of the 1994 Hollywood film “Forrest Gump.”
The actor Anupam Kher expressed his opinion regarding the 'Boycott Bollywood' movement in an exclusive interview with ANI, saying, “I personally feel this trend will not affect the film.” If your movie is fantastic, it will prosper; if it's terrible, it will suffer, but not as a result of the trend. Everyone has the right to free expression. An actor, actress, or other member of the film business should be courageous enough to kind of go through the circumstance if they have the freedom to speak about any situation.
Anupam Kher went on to say that Laal Singh Chadda wasn't a really good movie. If the movie had been excellent, nothing could have stopped it. PK by Aamir Khan was quite successful. He continued by stating that the truth should be accepted.
The 'boycott Bollywood' campaign, according to Anupam, won't have an impact on a movie. He asserts that the success or failure of a movie will depend on its quality, not on the boycott movement. Anupam continued by saying that everyone has the right to freedom of speech and that if actors are allowed to talk freely about any situation, they should also have the guts to really play it out. He seemed to be making reference to Aamir's earlier remark.