Alia Bhatt is one of the most amazing actresses in Bollywood. Her last release, Darlings, based on domestic violence, was released on Netflix and gained appreciation. This 2022 belongs to Alia Bhatt. Her films Gangubai Kathiawadi and RRR were critically acclaimed, and she got married to Ranbir Kapoor. Not only this, but also Alia Bhatt got pregnant. Over the last few months, Bollywood movies are not doing well at the box office. The movies like Shamshera, Laal Singh Chaddha, and even Raksha Bandhan have faced boycott campaigns on social media. Alia Bhatt is gearing for her upcoming most anticipated film Brahmastra opposite her husband, Ranbir Kapoor. Even the audience is trolling and demanding Boycott Brahmastra. Recently, Alia Bhatt broke the silence on trolling ahead of her upcoming film Brahmastra.
Alia Bhatt Breaks Silence On Getting Trolled For Being Star Kid
After the demise of Sushant Singh Rajput, many actors with filmy backgrounds were trolled and targeted. In a conversation with Mid-Day, Alia Bhatt talked about whether the trolling affects her. She said,
“I believed the only way I could shut the conversation down is through my movies. So, don’t respond, don’t feel bad. Of course, I felt bad. But feeling bad is a small price to pay for the work you are respected and loved for. I delivered a film like Gangubai. So, who’s having the last laugh? At least until I deliver my next flop? For now, I am laughing!”
“I can’t keep defending myself verbally. And if you don’t like me, don’t watch me. I can’t help it. That’s something I can’t do [anything about]. People have something to say. Hopefully, I will prove to them with my movies that I am worth the space I occupy.”
Alia Bhatt On Nepotism
Alia Bhatt said that nepotism exists in every industry. It can only help you to a certain extent; after that, you have to prove your worth. She added,
“What the hell is this nonsense? Why is this happening for no reason?”
“You can similarly put somebody forward for a job in tech, marketing, or finance. But if he messes up that job, the company goes into a loss. [Likewise, in films], the audience is the biggest barometer for success. If they believe you’re worth that success, they will give it to you.”
Earlier in 2020, Kareena Kapoor also stated during the nepotism debate. She then said,
“The audience has made us, and no one else has made us. Same people pointing fingers are the ones who have made these nepotistic stars, right? Aap Jaa Rahe Ho Na Film Dekhne? Mat Jao. Nobody has forced you. So I don’t understand it. I find this whole discussion is completely weird.”
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