Why did Amitabh Bachchan delete the post of Kangana Ranaut’s film ‘Dhaakad’? actor gave reason

Amitabh reveals Dhaakad post: Kangana Ranaut is in the headlines these days for her film ‘Dhaakad’. Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan recently shared the first song of the film ‘Dhaakad’ on social media and then deleted his post after some time. People do not understand why Big B did this. She was also trolled a lot […]
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Why did Amitabh Bachchan delete the post of Kangana Ranaut’s film ‘Dhaakad’?  actor gave reason


Amitabh reveals Dhaakad post: Kangana Ranaut is in the headlines these days for her film ‘Dhaakad’. Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan recently shared the first song of the film ‘Dhaakad’ on social media and then deleted his post after some time.

People do not understand why Big B did this. She was also trolled a lot by Kangana’s fans on social media, now she has revealed in her blog what was the reason that she deleted the song from the film ‘Dhakar’. He said that he got a notice from the government for his social media post, after which he did so. Big B wrote in his blog, ‘Government of India and Advertising Standards Council of India have strict rules and guidelines. He said that now if they promote a product on social media and they say that they are in partnership with this product. If you do not do this, it will be considered illegal. “Notices have been issued on many of my posts,” he said.

Let us tell you that while sharing the song ‘Dhaakad’, Amitabh Bachchan wrote, ‘It is setting fire.’ However it was later removed. Kangana Ranaut recently also talked about how her work is not appreciated by other celebs in the industry. He alleged that it could be due to personal insecurity. “I think there is personal insecurity somewhere among people as well,” he said. He can’t just be a powerful person. Why do these actors fail to promote me and my work and especially when it is for women?’ Amitabh Bachchan was recently seen in Ajay Devgan’s film ‘Runway 34’. Along with this, he is in the headlines for Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt’s ‘Brahmastar’ and ‘Goodbye’ with Rashmika Mandanna and Neena Gupta.