After Receiving Backlash Post Sushant Singh Rajput's Death, Alia Bhatt Says 'Social Media Connects Us, But IT IS NOT US'

Alia Bhatt recently made a long post on Instagram talking about social media connecting people as she clocked 50 Million followers

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After Receiving Backlash Post Sushant Singh Rajput's Death, Alia Bhatt Says 'Social Media Connects Us, But IT IS NOT US'
Quite a few Bollywood stars including Alia Bhatt have been on the receiving end of netizens post the death of Sushant Singh Rajput. Topics such as nepotism, favourtism and more have been widely discussed. Amidst this, Alia Bhatt had also made her comments section limited. Now, as she has clocked 50 million followers on Instagram, Alia Bhatt has made a post talking about how social media connects people, but it is important to be happy from within.

She started off her post by writing, "Today is appreciation day.. thank you my family.. my people.. you have today given me 50M love.. I love you ALL to the stars and beyond. I'd like to take this moment to share something I’ve learned over the last couple of months.. social media connects us.. it excites us and yes it also entertains us.. but IT IS NOT US."

Alia Bhatt then stated that she has been always grateful regardless of how many followers she has. She wrote, "I truly truly truly believe that our lives are made up of the relationships we cultivate with people and most importantly OURSELVES...no one has the right to make you feel any lesser or greater by the touch of a button."


In the end, she wrote that she wants all her fans to take a moment and appreciate themselves as she penned, "Because no like or dislike.. no follow or unfollow..no troll or poll can take who YOU are away from yourself."
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That's quite a motivating post, isn't it? On the work front, Alia Bhatt has resumed work on Gangubai Kathiawadi. (Also Read: Gangubai Kathiawadi: Alia Bhatt Is A Tireless Tiger Working Night Shifts To Complete Her Schedule By Month End-EXCLUSIVE)




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