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Vishwak Extends His Gratitude & Warns Bots!

He impressed everyone with his acting skills and the variations he showed got a lot of applause.

By:  Tupaki Desk   |   12 March 2024 6:13 AM GMT
Vishwak Extends His Gratitude & Warns Bots!

Vishwak Sen is a young hero who tried to be different from others right from the beginning. He is a man of multiple talents and is growing rapidly in the film industry. Apart from being a good actor, he is into writing, production and direction too. He arrived with 'Gaami' on Shivaratri. This movie was in the making for the past 4 years and finally released on 8th March. He played the role of Aghora Shankar who cannot withstand human touch. He impressed everyone with his acting skills and the variations he showed got a lot of applause. The collections for 'Gaami' have been fantastic and Vishwak is overwhelmed by the success.

He took to social media and wrote a heartfelt note to the movie lovers and his fans. He said, “Dear esteemed audience and fellow cinema enthusiasts, I extend by heartfelt gratitude to each one of you for contributing to the tremendous success of 'Gaami', making it a blockbuster. However, I feel compelled to address a concerning issue that has come to my attention.”

He further said, “It has come to my notice that there have been persistent attacks on the film's reputation on platforms like BookMyShow with numerous bots unfairly giving it a rating of 1 out of 10. This malicious behavior is evident when genuine ratings of 9 or10 suddenly drop to 1. How many hours times you try to pull me down as dangerous as elastic to go up more. While I am unaware of the motives or individuals behind these actions, I wish to express my gratitude to those who have supported quality cinema during its release. I extend my thanks to the media, critics and most importantly, the audience rest assured. Appropriate legal measures will be purused to address this matter.”

This is not the first time as Mahesh Babu's 'Guntur Karam' and few other films have faced the same situation before. It looks like the government officials and industry bigwigs need to resolve this issue as soon as possible as it affects the box office results of movies.