Mumbai: After focusing on Tanishq Advert for reportedly selling ‘Love Jihad’, netizens began demanding ban on Laxmmi Bomb film.
They alleged that the film can be selling ‘Love Jihad’ as within the trailer of the film, Akshay Kumar’s character Asif and Kiara Advani’s character Priya are husband and spouse.
Response of Twitterati
One of many Twitterati wrote, “#BoycottLaxmiBomb boycott laxmi bomb and boycott Bollywood and boycott akshay kumar @akshaykumar not assist about love jihaad”.
One other individual tweeted, ” Is it true ?
Then what’s going on
Title of film – #LaxmmiBomb
Launch on competition – Diwali
Actor Title – Asif
Actress Title – Priya
Why they r selling LOVE JIHAD? What tradition they r selling?”.
Laxmmi Bomb: Controversy over identify
One other part of netizens have objection over the identify of the film. One among them wrote, “@akshaykumar aap bhi dusre acter ki Tarah nikale ……laxmi bomb nhi hota laxmi laxmi hota h”.
In the meantime, Kamaal R. Khan wrote, “#Laxami is a Goddess, Devi and #AkshayKumar is mocking her by his movie #LaxmiBomb! Public should boycott it to show him a lesson, In order that he doesn’t do such an enormous blunder sooner or later. It’s India not Canada. Yahan Devi Devtaon Ki puja Ki Jati Hai Mazaak Nahi Banaya Jata!”.
Taniq Advert controversy
Earlier, netizens focused Taniq Advert for allegedly selling love jihad. The jewelry model confronted BoycottTanishq calls on social media after it launched the advert exhibiting a Hindu-Muslim couple.
Later, Tanishq launched an announcement on its Twitter deal with clarifying, “The thought behind the Ekatvam marketing campaign is to rejoice the approaching collectively of individuals from completely different walks of life, native communities and households throughout these difficult instances and rejoice the great thing about oneness. This movie has stimulated divergent and extreme reactions, opposite to its very goal. We’re deeply saddened by the inadvertent stirring of feelings and withdraw this movie retaining in thoughts the damage sentiments and nicely being of our workers, companions and retailer employees.”