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Who is Fahadh Faasil? Aavesham star trolled for saying 'there's more to do with life than watching films'

Malayalam superstar Fahadh Faasil has sparked a debate on social media after he said that people should not discuss actors and performances at dining tables.

Who is Fahadh Faasil? Aavesham star trolled for saying there's more to do with life than watching film RBA
First Published Apr 24, 2024, 1:47 PM IST

Fahadh Faasil's new film-related comment has split followers. The 'Pushpa, The Rise' actor, spoke up against movies, saying he wished people didn't debate performers and performances at dinner tables. Allu Arjun's co-star stated that he would like to modify this attitude. While some fans appreciated FaFa's point of view, others on social media were unimpressed with the Pushpa 2 star's remark.

Speaking with a local media house Galatta Plus, the Aavesham actor said, “I don’t want people to talk about actors or performances on the dining table. Let them just discuss it in theatre or maybe on the way back home the drive. Not more than that. Cinema is not beyond that. Cinema has a limit and let’s just…”

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When the host, Baradwaj Rangan, argued, “That’s not how a cinephiles operates,” Fahadh replied, “That’s what I want to change. I am not saying I want to change but there is more that you can do with your life than watching films.”

Many social media users took to X and shared their reactions to the statement. “FaFa politely advising us to get a life,” a fan wrote. “That’s the most creative and polite way to call twitter cinephiles jobless ,” added another. 

“Does he know that he is politely asking the entire stan twitter to get a life and now they don’t know what to do with it? ” a third user said. “My man said go get a life, he literally questioned my existence, what is this behaviour fafa ,” a fourth fan wrote.

“I kindly disagree. Cinema shaped who i am now,” a social media user wrote. “Nahhhh. Nothing makes me more happy than discussing about the things i love regardless of the place. There’s no limit to cinema because it is a medium to achieve anything. If your conviction is truthful then in just those limited hours you can give people a memory of a lifetime,” another user added. 

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“Sorry sir but I just want to tell u stars born from this table discuss only,” a third user added.

Many people assumed he was addressing poisonous fandoms. However, many fandoms, particularly those associated with the Telugu cinema business, were not pleased with the statement.

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