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Shefali Shah says the boycott trend won’t last long; calls films a culture like cricket

Mumbai (Maharashtra): The boycott culture has taken the film industry by storm and every day a new film and a new actor get boycotted online. While many actors apologised for their statements that caused the boycott uproar, a few chose to keep mum on the matter while others asked the industry to stand together against such trolls. Now, amidst this chaos and opinions, Shefali Shah too has spoken on the issue and called the film industry culture like cricket.

The actor is awaiting the release of her OTT series, Delhi Crime 2 where she is seen once again donning the hat of Delhi DCP, Vartika Singh. While in an interview with India Today, the actress said that people have their own point of view but despite the varied opinions, many shower love and appreciation on actors. She added that actors should not dwell on it much and take in their stride and say “we tried” before moving on. She revealed that the boycott trend won’t last long.

Recently, statements made by actors Arjun Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Kareena Kapoor Khan and more have received immense flak for being ignorant toward the audience. While Arjun said that the film fraternity should come together against these trolls, Kareena and Alia said that those who do not want to watch their films can skip them.

On the work front, Shefali Shah will soon be seen in the second season of the Emmy-winning Netflix series, Delhi Crime which chased the story of the gruesome 2012 Nirbhaya rape case. Before this, she was seen in another Netflix content, Darlings, a film starring Alia Bhatt, Vijay Varma and Roshan Matthew. She played Alia’s mother who helps her daughter avenge the years of domestic violence she faced at the hands of her husband, played by Vijay Varma.

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