Of late, many Bollywood films are being boycotted for multiple reasons. While some are political, some other are due to hate. Suniel Shetty recently opened up to The Times of India about the cancel culture in Bollywood.
Suniel Shetty said, "It's unfair. We all work hard. We all aim to do well, our intentions are good. Aamir Khan's intentions have always been good. He is somebody who could have chosen five films a year, but he chose to do one film in five years and I think we need to respect that. As far as Akshay Kumar goes, there is continuous effort of wanting to do something and deliver entertaining films."
The actor added, "We are entertainers and we go by public choice also. I hate this #BoycottBollywood campaign that is going on on Twitter. I always pray it stops because we are an industry too and there are a lot of people feeding off us. So for that sake let's not destroy an industry that has its own legacy of good people and people who probably at some stage make mistakes. But aren't we humans too? Give one that opportunity. I only say it's not fair. We can only pray that better sense prevails and this doesn't happen and these two films work big time."