Alia Bhatt made a big statement on nepotism “If you don’t like me, don’t look at me” :- Friends, in a recent interview, Alia Bhatt has said that she likes to respond to negativity with her films, if someone doesn’t like them, they can’t watch them at all. Amidst the nepotism debate, Alia was speaking about the negativity that is often targeted towards her.
When asked how she deals with the nepotism debate and the trolling that comes her way, Alia told Mid Day, “There are two ways to deal with it. One is controlled and I can prove my worth of space. I believed that the only way to close the conversation was through my films. So, don’t react, don’t feel bad.
Of course, I felt bad. But feeling bad is a small price to pay for a job you’re respected and loved. I kept quiet, went home and did my work. I gave a film like Gangubai Kathiawadi. ,
He continued, “So, who has the last laugh? At least until I deliver my next flop? For now, I’m laughing! At the end of the day, use it to promote your work. I can’t defend myself verbally and if you don’t like me, don’t watch movies that really deserve the space I occupy.
How can I control where I am born? How can I control what my parents were doing? You want me to feel ashamed of my father’s hard work. It’s easy for me, yes, but I’m also working hard for the job I’ve got.” Alia also said that if her child wants to act, she will tell them that they need to work hard, and things will not be easy.
Alia was recently seen in the Netflix Original film Darlings. Directed by Jasmeet K Reen, the film also stars Shefali Shah and Vijay Varma. She is promoting her upcoming film Brahmastra these days. Directed by Ayan Mukerji, the film is scheduled for a theatrical release on 9 September. Alia in movie Ranbir Kapoor The film also stars Amitabh Bachchan, Mouni Roy and Nagarjuna. Brahmastra is the first film in Ayan’s ambitious trilogy which he titled Astraverse. Brahmastra will release in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada languages.