A day after Ram Gopal Varma’s controversial tweet on the International Women’s Day mentioning Sunny Leone, a powerful film union, Film Studio Setting & Allied Mazdoor Union with 52,000 members, has decided to boycott the filmmaker, as reported by ANI. On Wednesday, Ram Gopal Varma had tweeted that all women in the world should make men happy like Sunny Leone does. The outspoken director had a FIR lodged against him in Goa and a Twitter campaign is already on, asking people to boycott him on Twitter. The director, however, has tweeted he doesn’t care and will lodge a counter police complaint. Ram Gopal Verma is known to speak with fire in his mouth but he often forgets that he should not put fire everywhere he goes. More often when his movie is releasing `Sarkar 3` one could understand the reason why RGV sets everything on fire nowadays. While insanely wishing women on the occasion of Women’s Day, RGV had tweeted, “I wish all the women in the world give men as much happiness as Sunny Leone gives.” Soon a backlash started but when has Varma backed down? “The negative noise towards my tweet on @SunnyLeone arises from ultimate hypocrisy. She has more honesty and more self-respect than any woman,” he wrote on social media. Ram Gopal Varma is an Indian film director, screenwriter, playback singer, and producer, known for his works in Telugu cinema and Bollywood. He directed films across multiple genres, including parallel cinema and docudrama noted for their gritty realism, technical finesse, and craft. In 1999, he has garnered the National Film Award for scripting, political drama, Shool - "For unveiling the complete collapse of the socio-political system. A very effective portrayal of the determined fight off a single citizen in the center of a facade of democracy", as cited by the Jury. In 2004, He was featured in the BBC World series Bollywood Bosses.