The boycott trend has been going viral on the internet, recently the netizens started the trend boycotting Aamir Khan starrer film Laal Singh Chaddha soon after which the users decided to boycott Akshay Kumar’s film Raksha Bandhan meanwhile now the netizens have targetted the Darlings actress Alia Bhatt for promoting domestic violence on men in her film ‘Darlings’.
Netizens Boycott Alia Bhatt For This Reason
Days before the release of the film, ‘Laal Singh Chaddha’ a boycott trend has been trending on Twitter, in which many netizens used the hashtag #BoycottLaalSinghChaddha, asking people to not watch the movie. Meanwhile, after Aamir Khan’s Laal Singh Chaddha the netizens later decided to boycott Akshay Kumar’s upcoming film Raksha Bandhan.
However, now the netizens have decided to target the Darlings actress Alia Bhatt for promoting domestic violence against men in her film ‘Darlings’. Apparently, there have been some scenes in the film where Alia Bhatt is seen torturing her on-screen husband Vijay Varma who will be seen essaying the role of Hamza Shaikh in the film Darlings.
Referring to the same the Twitter users have now decided to boycott the film and the Bollywood actress Alia Bhatt. Sharing the trend a Twitter user wrote, “#BoycottAliaBhatt who is endorsing DV on Men. Imagine if the genders were reversed!”, another user wrote, “Everyone should #BoycottAliaBhatt for making a misandrist movie like Darlings. For bollywood, domestic violence on men is a matter of joke. Pathetic.”
Criticizing the act a user wrote, “Karuna Nundy: Patriarchy is coming back like a cancer and metastasizing in court judgements. Meanwhile Alia Bhatt produces and acts in #Darlings endorsing Assault on Domestic Violence on Husbands while the nation stays mum. This whole Victimhood is a charade.” Check out the Tweets here-
Darlings is written and directed by Jasmeet Reen and co-produced by Gauri Khan, Alia Bhatt, and Gaurav Verma under the banners of Red Chillies Entertainment and Eternal Sunshine Productions. It is scheduled to release on streaming giant Netflix on 5th August.