Bollywood actress Warina Hussain rose to stardom with her performance in the film “Loveyatri” with Aayush Sharma. Meanwhile, now the actress is gearing up for the release of her upcoming film, ‘Dill Bill’. Recently during the promotions of the film, the actress was seen addressing the viral boycott trends, commenting on the same she said, “It’s a phase where everyone is at loggerheads with everyone”.
Warina Hussain On Boycott Trend
In a recent interaction with ETimes, the Loveyatri actress Warina Hussain was seen opening up about the ongoing cancel culture aka the Boycott trend in the Hindi industry. Talking about the same she said, “It’s a phase where everyone is at loggerheads with everyone. All I can say is it’s becoming disrespectful now. Speaking of trends, there was one back in the day which supported outsiders. So I am looking forward to my release.”
Warina Hussain Talks About Her Film ‘Dill Bill’
Warina is currently gearing up for the release of her upcoming film Dill Bill directed by Chintan Shah. Talking about her film Warina told ETimes, “Dill Bill is a proper commercial Bollywood film with a fresh approach and young vibe. For me, comedy has always been a favorite genre. When the film was first narrated to me, I laughed my lungs out and I said an instant ‘yes’ to the film. There are films which one watches and then the person would want his or her friends to watch and have a good time too. ‘Dill Bill’ is exactly that film for me, I can’t wait to share the film with everyone. I want everyone to have a good time,”
Bollywood Celebrities On Boycott Trend
After Aamir Khan’s film, Laal Singh Chaddha became a target of the viral boycott trends, many upcoming films like Vijay Deverakonda’s Liger, Shah Rukh Khan’s Pathaan, and Hrithik Roshan’s Vikram Vedha also faced the wrath of the netizens. However many Bollywood celebrities like Anupam Kher, and Vijay Deverakonda among others spoke out about the ongoing trend.
Recently the veteran Bollywood actor Suniel Shetty slammed the cancel culture and said, “We have done a lot of good work too. However, people might not be happy with the type of subjects the films are having these days, and that is why we are going through such a tough time. Hopefully, this will be considered. Initially, it felt like a one-off thing but now we have been continuously seeing that people are not coming to theatres and I can’t put my finger on a reason why and what this is happening.”