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I feel left out: Taapsee Pannu requests netizens to boycott her film Dobaaraa
Taapsee Pannu
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I feel left out: Taapsee Pannu requests netizens to boycott her film Dobaaraa

| @indiablooms | 09 Aug 2022, 03:08 pm

Actor Taapsee Pannu's witty reply was on display when she was asked about a new trend on social media where a section of netizens often calls for the boycott of films for disparate reasons. 

Reacting to the boycott trend, Taapsee, who is waiting for the release of her film Dobaaraa, said, "Please everyone boycott our film, Dobaaraa. I want to be in the same league as Aamir Khan’s Laal Singh Chaddha and Akshay Kumar’s Rakshabandhan."

"I feel left out," she added.

Aamir Khan's Laal Singh Chaddha and Akshay Kumar's Raksha Bandhan are the two recent films which have faced flak on social media.

While Aamir has requested the audience to watch his film, Akshay told India Blooms that the boycott calls "do not make any sense" to him as the film industry, as he said, like every other industry "helps the economy of India".

Dobaaraa is Taapsee's second collaboration with director Anurag Kashyap after Manmarziyaan.

The film is slated for Aug 19 release.

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