Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt’s Sadak 2 is on the centre of an argument, and it hasn’t even launched but. The trailer for the movie, his first collaboration with youthful daughter Alia Bhatt, was launched on Wednesday, and has rapidly develop into the most-disliked video on YouTube, lower than 24 hours later.
The trailer has acquired 4.5 million ‘dislikes’ on the video sharing platform, with a massively unfavourable ‘like-dislike’ ratio. With greater than 15 million views, solely 2,55,000 individuals have ‘preferred’ the trailer.
A marketing campaign to make it essentially the most disliked trailer on YouTube was initiated within the days main as much as its unveiling, by followers of actor Sushant Singh Rajput, who died by suicide in June. Sushant’s followers have been propagating the conspiracy principle that the actor was ostracised by the movie trade, most notably by ‘insiders’, which drove him to suicide.
Mahesh Bhatt, just a few days earlier than the trailer’s launch, had shared a message for followers by way of his elder daughter Pooja Bhatt, who additionally stars within the movie. “Right this moment as we start the final leg of our journey.I really feel unshackled! I carry no burden, no weight. No fame to carry on to. No mission to perform. Nothing to show to anybody. If the movie works it belongs to all of you. If it doesn’t, it’s mine,” he stated.
Sadak 2, a sequel to his 1991 movie starring Sanjay Dutt and Pooja, can be launched on Disney+ Hotstar on August 28. The movie was supposed for a theatrical launch, however producer Mukesh Bhatt stated that they have been compelled to take the streaming route after the coronavirus pandemic shut down a number of industries, together with movie.
The current Netflix movie, Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Lady, has additionally been trolled for related causes, with its IMDb score being attacked.
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