Alia Bhatt, riding high on the back to back successes of Raazi and Gully Boy, has reacted to Kangana Ranaut’s recent comments criticising film industry actors for not voicing their opinions on political topics and staying removed from problems regarding the society at large. Praising Kangana Ranaut for her candid style, Alia Bhatt aforesaid she has an opinion however she would keep it to herself.
“I don't have that ability to speak as frankly as Kangana does and that I really, really respect her for that. Perhaps in a very means she is right. Sometimes we do hold back, or even we predict that ‘kyu khamakha bolne jayein (why ought to we tend to speak uselessly). My dad always says there are already so many opinions within the world, the world can do with one less opinion. So I actually have an opinion however I'll keep it to myself. Kudos to her, she genuinely speaks very well.”
Speaking at the success party of her directorial debut, Manikarnika The Queen of Jhansi, Kangana had aforesaid, “I think I saw Ranbir Kapoor or Alia on Anupama’s show saying ‘Ham politics ke bare mei kyu bolein?’ Aise nahi chalta, you have to be responsible. Ranbir Kapoor was telling somebody ki mere ghar mei toh bijli pani ata hai, mai kyun politics se? You know, so how, ye desh ne, ap desh ki wajah se aapka ghar hai. Ye deshvasiyon ka hi paisa hai jisse aap Mercedes mein baithte hain. How can you talk like that? (We cannot say that we work in films and will not talk about politics. You have to be responsible. Ranbir Kapoor was telling somebody that why should he discuss politics when he gets water and electricity at his home. This is your country, this is where you live and it is the money of our countrymen that enables you to sit in a Mercedes.).”
John Abraham had additionally expressed his views on Kangana’s comments earlier. “Kangana is incredibly politically aware and she has got a voice. I think you must to take a stand if you're politically aware.” The actor aforesaid one ought to refrain from commenting on politics if they unskilled person regarding the topic “But you shouldn’t be stupidly proficient. You can’t be an idiot, who is aware of nothing regarding that country lies where. If you don’t know what’s happening from Bihar to Syria, then you must shut up and smile and show your mug that you just have done such a lot work on. Don’t talk,” he aforesaid at the trailer launch of his film Romeo Akbar Walter earlier in the week.
On the work front, Alia Bhatt has a motivating lineup of films - she revealed the first logo of Ayan Mukerjee’s Brahmastra during which she is starring opposite Ranbir Kapoor. The primary poster or teaser of Karan Johar’s ambitious period drama, Kalank is additionally expected to be released on Thursday. She has worked with Madhuri Dixit, Sanjay Dutt, Varun Dhawan, Sonakshi Sinha and Aditya Roy Kapur within the movie. The film is set to hit the big screens on April 19.