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#BoycottDabangg 3 Vs #AwaitingDabangg3 – The Netizens are at WAR!

The song ‘Hud Hud Dabangg’ showcases Sadhvis and Maulvis dancing in a derogatory way. The scenes have outraged the fans to an extent that they wish to boycott the upcoming film. #BoycottDabangg3 trends on Twitter.

The Salman Khan starrer ‘Dabangg’ franchise has become bigger than the star himself. The third installation of the ‘Dabangg’ franchise is expected to break all Box Office records but only if it makes a smooth entry into the theaters. Salman Khan has landed himself in legal trouble because of the video of song ‘Hud Hud Dabangg’.

The song features a scene where Hindu Sadhus and maulvis are seen dancing behind Salman Khan at the ghats of river Narmada. The Sadhus are normally seen in their ‘yog’ position or chanting mantras which is why this derogatory representation  has hurt the religious and sentimental values of Twitterati.

Earlier, the Hindu Janajagruti Samiti had petitioned the Central Board of Film Certification to deny certification to the film. The controversy has now spread to the micro-blogging site where Netizens tweeted their hearts out against Bhaijaan and ‘Dabangg 3’. They even requested PM Narendra Modi, Prakash Javdekar and Amit Shah to bring a complete ban on ‘Dabangg 3’ release. The fans trended #BoycottDabangg3 on Twitter for a couple of hours.

The Tweeples are calling out Salman for hurting Hindu religious sentiments with #BoycottDabangg3.

Even after such hateful and negative tweets, the Salman fans took their stand for Bhaijaan. The other half of the Twitterverse stood by ‘Dabangg 3’ and Salman Khan. They trended #AwaitingDabangg3 in opposition to #BoycottDabangg3.

The fans were quick to notice the fact that every Salman movie that ever trended negatively on Twitter went on to perform shockingly well. The observations are mind-boggling at best.

What do you think about the future of Salman’ ‘Dabangg 3’? Will it make it to the theaters without any obstacles or there are more Salman haters than Salman lovers in India?

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