Video’s on Amazon prime may have pulled off an excellent ‘UNO reverse card’ motion by injuring the ‘like and dislike’ button under ‘Coolie No 1’ RV video as outraged Bollywood ‘fans’ inadvertently earned the video trend at #2 on YouTube on Saturday.
It’s the year of boycotts and dislikes. So when the camper of Varun Dhawan and Sara Ali Khan starrer Coolie No.1 reduced on YouTube on Saturday, angered janta and Bollywood “fans” had just one goal on their hands– make the tape of “nepo kids” the most-disliked video of 2020. But then OTT strategy Amazon Prime Video had other plans in psyche.
Organized by veteran filmmaker David Dhawan, the satire film is a remake of the iconic film headlining Govinda and Karisma Kapoor that was published in 1995. The trailer of the movie indicates that Varun in numerous avatars – from trying to copy Govinda’s charm to simulating Mithun Chakraborty. Some of the new songs have also been encompassed in the remake.
The trailer, for all the apparent justifications, spurred an instant comparison between Govinda and Varun, with many insulting the actor Varun with memes for his evident over-the-top acting and thus “ruining” the jewel.
There was another paragraph of angered fans, who conveyed their disapproval after discerning the trailer and sobs to boycott and stop the”star kids” grew louder on Saturday.
Maybe conscious of the destiny that they would be meted with, Amazon Prime Video had already impaired the “like-dislike” lever on their YouTube aisle during the discharge of the trailer. The imagination may have also enabled flowing platform pull off a perfect “UNO reverse card” move, as oblivious angered netizens kept going back to the video, thus earning the trailer trend at #2 in all of India in no period.
In this year only, the trailer of Mahesh Bhatt oversaw Sadak 2 became the second-most hated video on YouTuber after outraged fans lashed out at the manager and the industry in public for “promoting”favouritism and nepotism. The film, which earned the lowest IMDb grades for a Bollywood film, starred his daughters Alia and Pooja Bhatt in key positions.
Meanwhile, the authorized synopsis of David Dhawan’s 45th film reads: After existing abused by a rich businessman called Rozario, pandit Jai Kishen educates him a lesson by buying his daughter wedded to Raju – a Coolie posing as a millionaire. Soon Raju’s substantial personality is endangered but he cooks up a tale of remembering a filthy rich twin. One lie oversees to another and aspects begin to go out of arrow.