The farmers claim that Akshay has criticized their unrest and supports the BJP and the Prime Minister. In addition to Moga, there were demonstrations in the town of Hadilla Barnala
Moga Three cinemas in Moga that were going to screen Bollywood star Akshay Kumar’s latest film, “Sooryavanshi”, decided not to operate it after farmers opposed it. Nirmal Singh, leader of the Bhartiya Kisan (BKU) Kadian Association, said: “We have told cinema owners that they can play anything other than Akshay Kumar’s films. Akshay had criticized our unrest and advocated for farm laws in the BJP language. “Therefore, we will not let his films play in Punjab.”
DSP Barjinder Singh said: “The film was scheduled to be shown in three cinemas, Orbit, Neelam Nova and Chookha Empire in Moga. Due to the opposition of the farmers, the owners decided not to promote “Sooryavanshi”.
Farmers, meanwhile, protested in the town of Hadiaya in Barnala, claiming the actor had backed the BJP government and opposed the riots against the three farm laws. The protesters said they would continue to oppose the films of Akshay Kumar and actress Kangana Ranaut.
Sikander Singh, one of the protesters, claimed: “Akshay Kumar tweeted against the farmers’ opposition to the three farm laws, but extended his support to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. “We will not allow the screening of Kumar’s films because they are against the farmers and against Punjabi.”
Gurwinder Singh, another farmer, said: “Akshay says what the BJP asks him to say. “We will oppose the Akshay and Kangana films until the black laws are abolished.”
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