Why Boycott Thank God Bollywood Movie Trending On Twitter As Ajay Devgan Mocks Lord Chitragupta, Reason Explained


People are upset with Ajay Devgan’s portrayal of “Lord Chitragupta” and have started boycotting Thank God on Twitter.

Boycotting Thank God is trending on Twitter as Bollywood returns to mock and belittle Hindu gods and traditions yet again.

Know Why Boycott Thank God Bollywood Movie Trending On Twitter As Ajay Devgan Laughs At Lord Chitragupta, Reason Explained

The trailer for Thank God, starring Ajay Devgan, Sidharth Malhotra and Rakul Preet Singh, was released on September 8. Chitragupta, an ordinary man and an accountant of deeds, is at the center of the plot. Thank God is a comedy-drama film that depicts the funny story of how man and God interact. Only a few days have passed since the release of the film’s trailer, and already the thank goodness boycott trend is taking over social media. Twitter users call for boycott of Thank God after Brahmastra and Lal Singh Chaddha.

Thank goodness the depiction of the Hindu god is offensive.

People find God’s depiction of God in the film offensive. Twitter users take issue with Ajay Devgan’s portrayal of Lord Chitragupta. Seeing the movie poster and the image of Lord Chitragupta, a user said, “Bollywood continuously mocks the gods of Sanatani, in this scene the figure of Lord Chitragupta in the movie ‘Thank God’ by director Indra Kumar , which comes out on Diwali.” Lead actor Ajay Devgan is pictured with naked women.

Are Hindu gods used in Bollywood for jokes and profanity, another user asked? Ajay Devgn plays Lord Chitragupta in the movie Thank God. He is followed by girls in casual clothes as they joke around and discuss lust. Are the Hindu gods clowns? One person said, “Please change the character that Chitragupta Bhagwan portrays into the current avatar behind which half-naked vulgar girls are dancing.”, tagging Ajay Devgn and Sidharth Malhotra. These things can be related to a Hindu deity. No way.

One netizen poked fun at Bollywood, writing, “People in Bollywood believe that people don’t watch our movies because the material isn’t great. Why do you think people will watch your movies if you offer this type of content?

However, the offensive depiction of deities in the #ThankGod movie, which offends Hindu sensibilities, should be banned immediately!

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