Vijay Deverakonda, who has been in the middle of promoting his forthcoming pan-India film, ‘Liger’, as of late responded to individuals boycotting Aamir Khan starrer ‘Laal Singh Chaddha’.
In a recent interaction with a news portal, the south star said that on a movie set, aside from the actors and director, there are numerous other significant characters, there are 200-300 actors working on a movie, including staff members of actors. Vijay likewise pointed out that a movie gives employment to many people and is a source of livelihood for many.
Elaborating further, he said that when Aamir Khan makes a ‘Laal Singh Chaddha’, his name features in the film, yet 2000-3000 families that are being provided for. At the point when you choose to boycott a movie, you are not just affecting Aamir Khan, you are affecting thousands of families who lose work and livelihoods, Vijay told IndiaToday.in.
The actor went on to urge individuals to look at the bigger picture as they are not affecting Aamir Khan alone but the economy.
The boycott trend against ‘Laal Singh Chaddha’ started after a section of netizens dug out Aamir’s 2015 interview, where he said that his then spouse Kiran Rao had suggested they move nations because of growing intolerance in India.