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With films like Laal Singh Chaddha, Raksha Bandhan and Brahmastra facing boycott calls, there has been a lot of chatter about the cancel culture on social media. In the recent past, a couple of Bollywood celebrities have voiced their opinion on this topic. And the latest celebrity who has shared her thoughts on the same is actress Gauahar Khan. In an exclusive interview with IndiaToday.in, Gauahar Khan opened up about the cancel culture.
Speaking exclusively to IndiaToday.in, Gauahar Khan said, “The more we talk about this, the more we are giving them the opportunity to get that. Because that’s exactly what people want. There’s a certain segment that thinks this is a created element and I think we should not pay attention to it. And we should just keep making great cinema and people will come and watch it.”

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Continuing her chat with us, Gauahar said there’s nothing to debate over the divide between North and South movies. “I don’t think there is anything to debate. If films are doing well, they are doing well. It’s like saying how Hollywood movies are doing better than Bollywood movies. If films are working, then they are working. Whatever genre [it may be], it is a part of India. Whatever language [it may be], it is a part of India,” she said.
On a concluding note, the actress added, “People should be happy that films are doing well. The business is doing well and that’s about it. I don’t think there’s anything to debate about on this. I think people should just be happy for each other and support the industry and business. And make sure that the audience gets to watch great cinema.”
On the work front, Gauahar will be next seen in Shiksha Mandal with Gulshan Devaiah and Pawan Malhotra. The web series is set to premiere on Thursday [September 15] on MX Player.
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