Bappara, a renowned actor in the Dhallywood film industry, has voiced his worries regarding the present condition of the entertainment sector.
During a discussion about the decline in people’s taste, actor Mamunor Rashid cited the film “Hero Alam” as an example. Meanwhile, Bapparaj took the opportunity to converse with journalists and other notable individuals.
Bapparaj shared his perspective on his Facebook account, stating, “These days, being a journalist is not about qualifications or knowledge. All you need is a smartphone in your hand. There’s no responsibility, no need for education or wisdom. Just stand with a camera, and you’re a journalist.”
He continued his criticism of celebrities by stating, “Becoming a celebrity is simple. Simply appear before the media once and utter whatever you want. It goes viral, and you become a sensation overnight. As significant as the query itself is the response. Clearly, we are confronting a shortage.”
Uncertainty is the motivation behind Bapparaj’s sudden criticism of journalists and personalities. Some hypothesise that his remarks are related to recent Eid releases and comments made by other celebrities. Despite this, Bapparaj’s comments on Facebook have garnered significant support, with many people concurring with his point of view. Bapparaj has yet to respond to these responses.