‘If you don’t like me, don’t watch me’: Alia Bhatt

Alia Bhatt

Alia Bhatt was talking about the negativity that is frequently directed at her in the midst of the nepotism discussion. When asked how she responds to the nepotism controversy and online harassment, Alia told Mid Day, “There are two ways of responding to it. I can demonstrate my worth for my space by controlling one. I felt that my films were the only way I could end the dialogue. Don’t answer, and don’t feel awful about it. Naturally, I felt bad. However, feeling sorry for yourself is a little price to pay for the work you are admired and appreciated for. After finishing my work at home, I put up. I produced a movie similar to Gangubai Kathiawadi.

She continued “So, who’s having the last laugh? At least until I deliver my next flop? For now, I am laughing! At the end of the day, use that to fuel your work. 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 actually worth 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 embarrassed for the hard work my father did. It comes easier to me, yes, but I am also working hard for the work that I got.” In addition, Alia said that if her child wanted to pursue acting, she would warn them that it would be difficult and that they needed to work hard.

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