Bollywood actress Alia Bhatt has said that to put an end to the trend of ‘cancel culture’ of netizens mentioning some movies on social media and telling them to ignore them, ‘we should ignore such cancellations’.
Following Aamir Khan’s ‘Lal Singh Sadha’ and Akshay Kumar’s ‘Raksha Bandhan’, netizens are now calling for a boycott of Bollywood actress Alia Bhatt’s ‘Darlings’ on social media.
Directed by Jasmeet K.Reen, Alia Bhatt is starring in ‘Darlings’. This movie starring Shebali Shah, Roshan Mathew and Vijay Varma among others was released on Netflix OTD site yesterday. The film is jointly produced by Shah Rukh Khan’s Red Chillies Entertainment and Alia Bhatt’s production house Eternal Sunshine.
It was alleged that Alia Bhatt acted in the scenes where the husband is harassed in the film. Following this, netizens posted comments on Twitter that Alia Bhatt’s film ‘Darlings’ incites domestic violence against men and should be ignored.
In this regard, in an interview given by Alia Film, “It doesn’t matter if I make a mistake. Nowadays you get trolled for sneezing, breathing or even getting out of the car. So I’m not worried about that at all. Even if I worry about the mistakes I make, my answer is no. Because if I don’t make mistakes, how will I learn or how will I question?
It’s okay to say I’m wrong. I don’t believe you can learn something without making mistakes,” he said.
Is this kind of cancellation culture growing? Answering the question, he said, “We have to cancel the cancellation culture. We have to ignore the boycotts,” he said.
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