Why is #BoycottFilmfare trending online, chech out now
Why is #BoycottFilmfare trending online, chech out now. Filmfare was held at Guwahati, Assam. As soon after the finish the awards was boycott on internet
After successfully organized award show 'the 65th Filmfare in Guwahati' a massive post of netizens is trending online. The film Gully Boy of starter Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt's has been making headlines ever since it swept away 13 awards at the Filmfare Awards held on February 15 in Guwahati, Assam. With the massive win, the Zoya Akhtar directorial surpassed Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Black to become the film with the most number of Filmfare awards.
While some people have absolutely rejoiced with the film's massive win, there are many who feel that the film did not deserve so many awards. In fact, #BoycottFilmfare has been trending on Twitter since Sunday night and netizens are calling out the organizers for their 'biasness'.
A user went to the Wikipedia page and added a remark in the 'Most awards for a single film' section. The list shows Gully Boy's name on the top and the user added "paid awards" in brackets next to the film's title.
#BoycottFilmFare lol someone changed the wiki 😂🤣— swapnil (@swapnilkksi) February 16, 2020
It's true though#FilmfareAward2020 pic.twitter.com/PDK850yW4P
Agree completely.— Swapnil Majumdar (@MajumdarSwapnil) February 17, 2020
However, the 'paid awards' remark does not show on the Wikipedia page anymore.
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