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Celebs Milind Sonam, Arshad Warsi and Ranvir Shorey join the #BoycottChineseProducts

Celebs joined the Boycott Chinese Products Movement initiated by Sonam Wangchuk.

Published on
June 7, 2020
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Milind Soman, Arshad Warsi, Ranvir Shorey and other Bollywood celebrities are actively joining the ongoing "Boycott China" campaign on social media. Hashtags #BoycottChineseProducts and #BoycottChina are trending on Twitter soon after the educationist and innovator Sonam Wangchuk, uploaded a clip on YouTube urging everyone to boycott Chinese goods. Sonam Wangchuk is the one whose life inspired the Aamir Khan Starrer, 3 Idiots. In the clip, Sonam said he'll be boycotting all the Chinese products and urged all to avoid Chinese goods amid the growing tension between the countries India and China in Ladakh. He further also said he is not against the Chinese people but has issues with its Government.

Actor-model Milind Soman quit TikTok in support of Sonam's video. He shared on Twitter "Am no longer on TikTok."

Arshad Warsi also tweeted "I am going to stop using Chinese products. You should try it too." The actor also agreed to the fact that most of the things we use are Chinese and it will take some time but soon we will be Chinese free.

Actor Ranvir Shorey also joined the movement and tweeted "Bilkul. Beshaq. #BoycottChina."

Kamya Punjabi, television actress said, "I had never installed any Chinese apps on my phone." And she also requested all the commercials to use alternative products. "Be Indian buy Indian #BoycottChineseProducts," Kamya posted on Twitter.

Raaj Shaandilyaa, director of Ayushmann Khurrana Starrer Dream Girl, also joined the "Boycott China" movement. "Boycott "MADE IN CHINA" movement ka hissa bane... aur apne desh ki pragati main yogdaan dein. Jai Hind Jai Bharat," Shaandilyaa tweeted.

Baba Ramdev also joins #BoycottChineseProducts movement, stating that it is nothing less than ‘service to the nation' and shared a video deleting Chinese applications.

By: P3enter10ments