Earlier today, Bollywood actor Ajay Devgn who has so far maintained a supporting stance for Indian governments ruling party confirmed that he will be producing a movie based on the India-China border dispute at Galwan Valley. The untitled movie's description said that it will 'narrate the story of the sacrifice of 20 Indian army men who fought the Chinese army'.
Displeased with the timing of the movie's announcement especially since India-China LAC tensions have still not subsided and it has been less than 20 days that many of the Indian army men were martyred, Indians took to twitter to express the same.
Most Bollywood celebs won't risk even a tweet in defence of country and countrymen. But if there's money to be made off real people's real blood, they arrive faster than a speeding bullet. https://t.co/56BEwAbjAo— Mitali Saran (@mitalisaran) July 4, 2020
And villan will be Indian Journalists.....— Befitting Reply (@befitting_reply) July 4, 2020
Surgical strike, Balakot airstrike, Uri, now Galwan. India is hell on retaliations but only in movies. Hell of satire.https://t.co/a0u7LzSlz8— Adeel (@AadilManzoor_) July 4, 2020
It's Ajay Devgn. Bollywood is so predictable 😅 https://t.co/byWfuMK9FT— Gabbbar (@GabbbarSingh) July 4, 2020