Alia Bhatt faces criticisms several times for different matters; here are topmost throwback criticisms

Alia Bhatt is recently being criticized continuously for different matters. Here are some throwback criticisms.

As we know, Bollywood reproval is very common. Celebrities are always targeted in some or the other way and so was Alia Bhatt. Alia Bhatt is a glamorous and active actress of this generation. Her way of doing things is a bit different. She is a style icon for youths.

Although she seems to be perfect and has millions of followers. There is not a single Bollywood star, left without criticism.  In the same way, she also has faced reproval many times in many places. Here we will give you some sorts of her being criticized.

Recently, Alia Bhatt was criticized in her Delhi trip for not abiding by the rules of Covid-19. Alia Bhatt left for Delhi on Wednesday for the motion poster premiere of her next flick ‘Brahmastra’. She accompanied director Ayan Mukherji and co-star-boyfriend Ranbir Kapoor on their journey. There she received much criticism. It was seen that Alia is not following any quarantine rules and not even adhering to the norms of Coronavirus.

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The second criticism she faced was on the death of Rishi Kapoor where she was seen using her phone standing beside Nitu Singh. Although she was on a call with Ridhima Kapoor who was in Delhi still she was criticized. The comments were like she has come there in the last rites of Rishi Kapoor and still using her phone.

The most recent and the latest criticism she faced is for the Gangubai Kathiawadi movie. She was criticized for the role she is playing in the movie. Everyone is saying that she is not fit for the role as she looks too young and the role she is casting is of the old lady.

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