#BanDhoopKiDeewar Trends: Is Social Media Hampering The Art?

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Ever since the trailer of the web series Dhoop Ki Deewar’ was released there were various reasons to be excited about. Firstly, Sajal and Ahad reunite to create sheer magic on screen. Secondly, the director Haseeb Hassan has solid credibility with super hit projects like Alif, Mann Maal, Dayar-e-Dil and Bol Meri Machlee. Thirdly the ensemble cast and a patriotic plot gave us all kinds of feels.

 

Out of the blue, the much-hyped cross-border love story is now facing calls for a ban on social media using #BanDhoopKiDeewar. Netizens are criticizing its storyline especially when the situation in Kashmir is tense for the last 2 years. They feel it projects a negative image of Pakistan including the disrespect and betrayal of the two-nation theory.

 

Check out the tweets that boycott the Indo Pak web series

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In response writer Umera Ahmed took to twitter to clarify her stance on the entire issue

 

 

 

 

 

The point here is who has given social media the authority to say anything to hamper a project? Do these people even realize that how much hard work goes into making a big project like Dhoop Ki Deewar? They should watch the series first before passing out any judgment.

 

We feel it’s high time that the social media authorities should put a check and balance to this. There should be an end; these platforms aren’t a battlefield to spread hate. We hope Dhoop ki Deewar releases on its original date i.e. 25th June 2021 and win hearts all across.

 

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