Richa Chadha shared a lengthy memo defending the Hindi film industry from the criticism it faces recently. The actor also reacted to the trend of boycotts, which he said affected his employment in the industry. Read also| Shreyas Talpade reacts to boycott trend, seeks ‘wisdom’ from celebrities
Richa shared a video on her Instagram account on Friday of her head popping out of a car at the Ganpati Visarjan celebration. She paired it with a video of the film’s set where the staff performed a pooja of Lord Ganesha before filming began.
Sharing the video, Richa said those who criticize the Hindi film industry have never been to the set. she wrote: “It is I who sticks my head out after (the 10 days of Ganesha Chaturthi).It is a way to start shooting every day in the Hindi film industry with a silent prayer…a prayer dedicated to Vinaharta (God Ganesha) This is called “Rolling Ganapathi” and ends with the chanting of Ganapathi Bappa Morya.I wonder if those who call the Hindi film industry garbage have ever been to the set and seen the people working there. I highly doubt it. ”
The actor further said boycott trends are affecting the employment of people in the industry. did. Richa writes: Chin up, head up, may strength be with us all. Ali Fazal commented on Richa’s post about the winking face kiss emoji.
Richa also recently took to Instagram for a hectic song shoot, which she said in a post was “the hardest thing” she’s ever done, and “some personal preparations.” Richa and Ali announced earlier this month that they plan to tie the knot soon. The couple’s wedding dates have not yet been announced, but it is reported that pre-wedding festivities will begin in Delhi at the end of September, and the celebrations will end with a reception in Mumbai in October.