Tv9 Exclusive: Bollywood Gives More Hits Than South, Swara Bhaskar Boycott Is Back In Trend

Recently, TV9 India had an exclusive conversation with the entire star cast of Swara Bhaskar’s upcoming film Jahan Char Yaar. In this interview, Swara openly gave her views on the boycott trend.

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These days Swara Bhaskar is in the headlines for her upcoming film Jahan Char Yaa. Meher Vij, Shikha Talsania and Pooja Chopra will once again be seen showing their great bond in this film. The film based on feminism is slated to release on September 16. In such a situation, the stars of the film are currently busy promoting. Recently Swara, Pooja and Shikha had an exclusive conversation with TV9 India. At this time, all three stars gave their opinion on the life of women, Bollywood boycott. At the same time, Swara Bhaskar also spoke openly about the boycott trend.

Bollywood actress Swara Bhaskar, who is always in the news for her outspoken statements, hit back in an exclusive interview to TV9. On the tussle between Bollywood and Tollywood, Swara said that “If you look at the statistics, you’ll know that it’s just a narrative. Talking about South, in the last 10 months South has acted in only 4 films. It’s not a big deal.”

Further, referring to Pushpa, RRR, KGF and Karthi, the actress said, “Apart from this, has she acted in any film from the South. Bollywood has given more hits than that. Hindi cinema has given five hits compared to the South. I am not competing, but there is nothing that Bollywood does. This South is dominating.

Watch the TV9 exclusive interview here

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Explaining the reason of covid, Swara further said that people’s business was stopped for 2 years due to corona virus. People are still afraid to watch movies. There are many changing environments, so these things will affect the box office performance as well. No one has an end. All language movies are Indian movies. This comparison is made by the media because they want spice.”

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