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Alia Bhatt: A feminist who believes in equal right


Alia Bhatt, one of the finest actress of Bollywood who is an inspiration for some and role model for many. The actress always gave outstanding performance with huge potential. The actress always delivered high-quality movies. Alia Bhatt always made her fans to enjoy the story of 2 hours. She did epic casting in her last films like Udta Punjab, Dear Zindagi, and many others. The actor started her career in Bollywood with her debut film ‘Student of the year’ released in the year 2012.

The actor expressed her views about success and praise for her work. She said she is afraid for the day when her work won’t be praised and gave a statement in which she said “I never get used to praising. I appreciate it and cuts it off there, she also added Shah Rukh Khan also told me that you should unlearn whatever you have learned”.

The 23-year-old actress of Bollywood released her movie a few days back in which she performed a quite an impressive role with Shah Rukh Khan and on that she said every film is a new journey.  Alia added “The idea is that I don’t crave for what I grabbed in the last film. So whatever happened with the last film, I am not expecting that again. She said our aim should be to go back on zero with each film and start a new movie with hopes and curiosity.”

As we all know that earlier Alia Bhatt was criticized on her statement in which she said that she is not a feminist. For her earlier statement, she gave few words i.e. “What I meant to say with my last statement of feminism, was that I am not in favor of women empowerment ? She said I am not campaigning for or participating which I would like to do as well whenever I get the opportunity. However, I do believe in it.”

Alia Bhatt was asked would she call herself a feminist? She gave a reply which genuinely makes her true “Yes of course. A feminist is someone who believes in equal rights, and I, of course, believe in that, like many like-minded people. In a way , I should take that back, because even talking about it is like participating in it. She said so I actually changed the statement that I am a feminist and I do believe in equal rights.   Whenever I’m asked about it, I will always speak about feminism in its true form, so the people can hear from it the to time.

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