“Audience No Longer Wants To Pay Money For Garbage”,Suniel Shetty On Bollywood Boycott Trend!

Recently, Actor Sunil Shetty asked Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to help in endinh of “boycott trend” during a meeting. Since then, the actor has been the subject of debate. Sunil Shetty was a well-known actor in the 1990s. Sunil Shetty recently discussed the failure of Bollywood films and the reasons for it. He believes that in today’s world, audiences are unwilling to pay for garbage in the name of entertainment. Aside from that, he said a lot of interesting things.

I’ve made mistakes,’ he admitted.

Suniel Shetty recently told a media organisation that the audience no longer wants to pay for garbage, which is why Bollywood is going through this period. The Actor stated that his children have asked him why he has stopped making films. He responded by telling the kids that he had made too many mistakes and that the audience was no longer willing to pay for the garbage he was dishing out.

Sunil Shetty also stated during the interview that Bollywood needs to understand the importance of economics. How does it function? The filmmakers are unwilling to spend more than half of the budget on celebrity fees in order to improve the film. Suniel Shetty discusses the biggest difference between the 1990s and the present situation. According to him previous stars were not judged in the same way that they are today.

The Actor also revealed that his debut film, ‘Arzoo,’ had been postponed. However, due to his talent for action, he was cast in other films. He would have been destroyed if this had happened today. This would have elicited a response on social media. Let us tell you, Sunil Shetty was last seen in the web series ‘Dharavi Bank’. He shared the screen with Vivek Oberoi in this. He’ll be seen in ‘Hera Pheri 3’ soon.

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