Hua Mulan Disney’s live-action reenactment of the original 1998 animation-Disney+ on a specific market last Friday came under fire again. The ending of the film revealed that the film was partly shot in Xinjiang, China. According to the Guardian, there are more than 11 million Uighurs living in Xinjiang, and the Chinese government has been accused of serious human rights violations. According to the BBC, about 1 million Uyghurs were allegedly detained without trial and charged in “re-education camps” in Xinjiang.

Final credits Hua Mulan “Special thanks” to many Chinese government agencies, including the Propaganda Department of the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region Committee of the Communist Party of China. The Guardian pointed out that this is the Propaganda Department of the Communist Party of China in Xinjiang.Disney did not comment on this Hua MulanProduction links with Xinjiang.

This new revelation is again calling for boycott Hua Mulan — #BoycottMulan went viral on Twitter in some markets on Friday — following its release on Disney+ available and theaters where Disney+ is not available worldwide. Hua Mulan So far, the box office has reached nearly 6 million US dollars (approximately 440 crore rupees).Disney hasn’t revealed how many people paid Hua Mulan On Disney+. Hua Mulan It is scheduled to bow in China on September 11 later this week.

Disney chairman Alan Horn told The Hollywood Reporter at a roundtable in February that he said that Disney was trying to be “depoliticized.”Horn said in the same interview, “If Hua Mulan It doesn’t work in China, we have a problem,” This shows that Disney even needs the power of the Chinese box office.

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Hua Mulan Will be released on Disney + Hotstar on December 4.

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