December 4, 2020
Hotstar is Facing Huge Loss

Hotstar is Facing Huge Loss Because of Alia Bhatt

Hotstar is Facing Huge Loss Because of Alia Bhatt

Hotstar is Facing Huge Loss Because of Alia Bhatt? The debate regarding nepotism has again come forward after the demise of the talented actor, Sushant Singh Rajput. Angry netizens are now boycotting the movies of all the nepotism products in the industry. Recently the trailer of the upcoming movie Sadak 2 got released on YouTube and people have hurled their hatred towards the trailer.

The movie stars nepotism products like Alia Bhatt, Pooja Bhatt, and Sanjay Dutt, and the movie is directed by Mahesh Bhatt. The Bhatt clan was already under the target of people after the demise of Sushant for Mahesh Bhatt’s affair with Rhea.

Now people especially the fans of Sushant Singh Rajput has decided to boycott the upcoming movie of Alia Bhatt. The app, Nepometer, launched by Sushant’s family members showed that the movie Sadak 2 is 98 percent nepotistic. This is why fans are boycotting the movie fully and the trailer of the movie is the most disliked in 24 hours.

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People have not stopped by disliking the trailer or by boycotting the movie. The matter has now extended too far. People have started uninstalling those apps that release movies of star kids. As Sadak 2 will be released on Disney Plus Hotstar, millions of people have already uninstalled the OTT platform.

Sadak 2 most disliked trailer

On 10th August, Monday, the hashtag Uninstall Hotstar was trending on Twitter and people were urging others to boycott the Bhatts. Even Alia Bhatt’s sister, Shaheen Bhatt started to receive rape and death threats. Alia Bhatt’s social media comment section was already filled with filthy remarks so she turned off comments on her account.

The hashtags that Justice for Sushant, hashtag uninstall Twitter, hashtag boycott Alia Bhatt were trending on Twitter for many days. Hotstar has already lost many of its users and other OTT platforms are afraid to release other star kids’ movies as they might lose users.