The trailer of Alia Bhatt's upcoming film Darlings was released recently. People have liked the trailer of the film very much. The actress is busy promoting the film these days. The film also stars Shefali Shah, Vijay Varma and Roshan Mathew. The trailer reveals that Alia is playing the character of Badrunissa Sheikh, a woman suffering from domestic violence in the film. But she manages herself and takes revenge later. At the same time, there has been a demand to boycott this film. Boycott Alia Bhatt is trending on social media.
#BoycottAliaBhatt is trending
The reason for the displeasure of the people is Alia Bhatt's character torturing her on-screen husband Vijay Varma. One user wrote, "Everyone should #BoycottAliaBhatt for making a misunderstanding film like Darlings. Domestic violence against men is a joke for Bollywood. It's pathetic." Another user wrote, "Meanwhile Alia Bhatt stars in Darlings and supports domestic violence attack on husband while the nation remains silent. This entire victimhood is a drama."
Darlings to release on August 5
One user wrote, "#BoycottAliaBhatt is trending pan-India. We will not tolerate domestic violence against men. DV against men is no joke." Significantly, this film is going to be released on Netflix on August 5. Alia Bhatt is not only the actress of this film but it is also her debut as a producer. The actress has co-produced the film with Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan's Red Chillies Entertainment.
Said this thing about the challenges
Alia Bhatt said about the challenges faced in making Darlings, 'The challenge was there that you want to tell a story where more and more people can connect with you. The biggest challenge of filmmaking is that if you want to connect more and more people to your film, then as a producer was the same challenge. It is a black comedy film.
Alia is a fan of Shefali Shah
He had said about Shefali Shah, I am a big fan of her. She is so comfortable and natural on screen. She gets into the character immediately. Working with her was a huge fan girl moment. Our mother-daughter bonding in 'Darlings' was so good that we were like friends. I call him chef means master chef. Even in serious scenes, we used to talk about different things. Sometimes we used to laugh so much that the shooting had to be stopped in the middle.