Focus on your acting instead of threatening people: MP Home Minister to Arjun Kapoor  

Bollywood actor Arjun Kapoor has come under fire from Madhya Pradesh’s home minister Narottam Mishra for his statement on teaching a lesson to the public. Mishra said that he should focus on his acting rather than threatening the public.

Mishra stated on Wednesday that it isn’t good for a flop actor to threaten the public. It would be preferable for him to focus on his acting rather than intimidating the public. Later, he said, I want to know is whether they or the tukde-tukde gang

they support, have the guts to make a movie on any other religion and degrade them. You do this only with our Sanatani religion and then threaten to boycott it.

Arjun Kapoor, who most recently appeared in Ek Villain Returns, spoke on the expanding “boycott” trend on social media and said the business community was unaware of it until things went wrong. Arjun claimed in an interview with Bollywood Hungama, “I believe that our prolonged period of silence was a mistake. They mistook our civility for a sign of weakness. We firmly believe that everything else is irrelevant and that the work should speak for itself. We tolerated it a little too much. Now people are used to it.”