Filmmaker Hansal Mehta has reacted to the anti-Bollywood sentiment saying that ‘it is disturbing to say the least’. In a new interview, Hansal also highlighted that things are written on social media platforms with the ‘endorsement of some of our own colleagues’. Calling the Hindi film industry a ‘resilient’ one, Hansal added that ‘it is a transitory phase’ and ‘we will emerge out of it’. (Also Read | Don’t make s*** films and then complain that some boycott has destroyed your film: Ranvir Shorey)

Several Hindi films, this year, have faced backlash from a section of the people leading to their failure at the domestic box office. Films like the Aamir Khan-starrer Laal Singh Chaddha and Akshay Kumar-starrer Raksha Bandhan faced the ‘boycott Bollywood’ trend earlier this year. Raksha Bandhan’s week one collection was around 37.50 crore, while Laal Singh Chaddha earned 49…

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