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Darlings Twitter Review: Alia Bhatt’s black comedy receives mixed responses

New Delhi: The much anticipated movie ‘Darlings’, has been released today on Netflix. The film, which is a maiden production of Alia Bhatt along with Shah Rukh Khan’s Red Chillies Entertainment has garnered mixed responses from the netizens. #DarlingsOnNetflix #Darlings Raws. Reals. Relevants. ‘Darlings’ wins your heart from the first frame to the last. Alia-Shefali-Vijay-Roshan […]

Edited By : Sahelee Rakshit | Updated: Dec 14, 2022 17:28 IST
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New Delhi: The much anticipated movie ‘Darlings’, has been released today on Netflix. The film, which is a maiden production of Alia Bhatt along with Shah Rukh Khan’s Red Chillies Entertainment has garnered mixed responses from the netizens.

Also a day before its release, Twitteriti used the hashtag #BoycottAliaBhatt and makes it trending. Why? The reason being, the trailer showed a woman (Alia) torturing her husband (Vijay Verma) the same way he had tortured her. Following this, some section of users accused Alia of promoting male domestic violence.

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Alia Bhatt has also been compared to Amber Heard and netizens labelled her as ‘India’s Amber Heard’.

Also Read: Alia Bhatt reveals Vijay Verma’s hidden talent during Darlings promotion, Watch

About Darlings

The film has been helmed by debutant Jasmeet K Reen, who has also penned the story alongside Parveez Sheikh. Darlings also stars Shefali Shah and Roshan Mathew. The story revolves around a woman (Alia Bhatt), who is being tortured by her husband (Vijay Verma). Later, refusing to sacrifice herself in the patriarchical society, she decides to avenge her husband by torturing him in the same manner.
The film has been sold to Netflix for a whopping Rs 75 cr.

First published on: Aug 05, 2022 12:17 PM IST

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