The Mumbai Premiere Of Tom Cruise’s Mission: Impossible 4 Allegedly Had A Fake Audience
When Tom Cruise travelled to India for the launch of Mission: Impossible 4, do you remember how excited he was? According to some stories, the crowd was paid to seem to be enthusiastic about the performer. Cruise is a well-known actor, best known for his portrayal of Ethan Hunt in the MI series.
Despite his celebrity, some alleged that individuals had to be bribed to attend the film’s premiere. Tom has been in the news quite a bit lately. It has to do with Top Gun: Maverick, his forthcoming film. Not only that, but the MI series’ 7th and 8th sequels, which will be the final ones, will be released.
When Mission Impossible 4 was launched in 2011, Tom Cruise and Anil Kapoor travelled to India to host the premiere. According to reports, roughly 1500 individuals will have the opportunity to view the Hollywood heartthrob in person. In reality, the audience cheered from the moment he arrived until the premiere, although according to certain sources, many of them were paid to be there.
“Tom kaun?” a member in the audience at the Mission Impossible 4 premiere asked. I have no idea who he is or what he is up to. We were ordered to arrive at 1 p.m. today and wait for a foreign VIP to emerge from the airport gate, yelling and screaming as he did. “We have no idea who Tom is.” Not only that but the crowd was allegedly paid Rs 150 and given a buffet meal for fake claps and shouts for Tom Cruise.
“There was also a buffet lunch for us, and we were paid Rs 150 today for this duty,” the individual claimed. However, a Paramount spokeswoman refuted these assertions. This comes as a shock, given that Cruise is widely regarded as one of the most renowned people on the planet, with a sizable following in India.
Meanwhile, Tom Cruise is preparing for Mission: Impossible 8, in which he will star in. He will also be seen as Iron Man in the next Marvel film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, according to reports.