Sonu Sood, the accomplished actor with more than two decades of experience in the entertainment industry, gained immense recognition during the COVID-19 pandemic when he helped migrant workers reach their homes. However, he recently commented on the growing trend of boycotting Bollywood movies for allegedly portraying Hindus in a negative light. He suggested that people might be overly sensitive or becoming too sensitive to such issues.
Regarding the boycott of films, Sonu Sood stated that it is not fair to judge a film before watching it. He emphasized that filmmakers put their heart and soul into making a movie and that viewers should give them a fair chance to express their ideas. He added that people can reject a movie if it does not meet their expectations, but they should not pass judgment without watching it.
Sonu Sood believes that the quality and output of a film should not stop filmmakers from expressing their creative ideas. He emphasized that people should listen to the filmmaker's story and then decide whether they want to watch the movie or not.
Currently, Sonu Sood is working on his upcoming project ‘Fateh’. The movie is generating buzz in the entertainment industry, with the makers going all out to ensure its success at the box office. Directed by Vaibhav Mishra and featuring Jacqueline Fernandez as the female lead, the film is rooted in reality and inspired by real-life incidents. Along with Sood and Fernandez, 'Fateh' also stars Shivjyoti Rajput and Vijay Raaz in prominent roles.
To ensure that the film is a visual spectacle, the makers have roped in some of the best names from Hollywood for the project. These include the director of photography, research team, and action choreographers, among others. The film is set to release later this year and promises to be an engaging watch for audiences.
With an experienced cast and crew, and a focus on realism and action, 'Fateh' is sure to be a thrilling addition to the Bollywood roster in the coming months.