Indian actor Vijay Deverakonda, who is currently busy promoting his upcoming pan-world film 'Liger', reacted to the recent trend on social media calling for a boycott of his upcoming film.
During a recent interview, Vijay Deverakonda opened up about the 'Boycott Liger' trend, He said 'kaun rokenge dekh lenge (who will stop us, we will see)'.
Ahead of the film's release, 'Boycott Liger Movie' has been trending on Twitter. It comes at a time when Bollywood movies have been facing the outrage of netizens, calling for a boycott of several latest films.
Recently, there were calls for a boycott of films Aamir Khan's 'Laal Singh Chaddha', Akshay Kumar's 'Raksha Bandhan', and Hrithik Roshan's upcoming film 'Vikram Vedha'.
The boycott trend also affected the box-office business of several recent films. In the meanwhile, Vijay Deverakonda said that it was sad that the films and actors have to face all of this.
He has also said that he was sure that people would like him and the film 'Liger' as it is made with a lot of love and hard work.
He said that there was no room for fear when he had nothing. He added that he don't fear. "Maa ka aashirwaad hai, Logon ka pyaar hai, Bhagwaan ka haath hai, andar aag hai, Kaun rokenge dekh lenge (We have mother's blessings, people's love, God's support, a fire within, let's see who will stop us)!"