Alia Bhatt’s ‘Darlings’ is facing troubles just before its release. The trailer got thumbs up when it was released a few days ago and several celebrities praised the actress for her impeccable performance in the movie. Alia’s character in the movie is different from all her past roles as she likes to experiment with every new project.
Besides acting, the actor is also producing this movie. Well, times change like flowing air and after receiving praises from everyone, the actress is getting trolled by netizens for all the wrong reasons. The hashtag #boycottaliabhatt is currently trending on the internet. But what is the reason behind this heavy trolling?
From what we know, netizens feel that the actress is promoting violence against men in her soon-to-release film ‘Darlings’. Users are comparing Alia Bhatt with Amber Heard and Vijay Varma with Johnny Depp of Hollywood.
Have a look at what the users have to say:
Alia Bhatt and team promoting Domestic Violence against men… #BoycottAliaBhatt
— Laksh (@iamlaksh_sharma) August 4, 2022
— iAtulp (@IM_atulp) August 3, 2022
— Ambar (@Ambar_SIFF_MRA) August 3, 2022
#BoycottAliaBhatt always did And yes she is pathetic. Normalizing violence isn’t okay.
— Abhis (@abhishGa) August 4, 2022
With this boycott trend, Alia Bhatt’s film has landed in trouble. This is not the first time when trends of boycotting actors’ films arouse on Twitter. Recently, Aamir Khan, Kareena Kapoor, and Naga Chaitanya‘s Laal Singh Chaddha and Akshay Kumar’s Rakshabandhan made headlines due to boycott trends. Alia Bhatt’s Darlings is the newest addition to this boycott culture.
Talking about the movie, the Netflix film which is releasing tomorrow stars Shefali Shah, Vijay Varma, and Roashan Matthew in significant roles.
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