Alia Bhatt Gets ANGRY With Journalist For Asking About Boycott Trend Against Brahmastra, Says, ‘Aise Kuch Mat Bolo, Negativity Mat Spread Karo’

Mom-to-be Alia Bhatt loses her calm when a journalist asked her about the boycott trend against her upcoming film ‘Brahmastra’

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Alia Bhatt Gets ANGRY With Journalist For Asking About Boycott Trend Against Brahmastra, Says, ‘Aise Kuch Mat Bolo, Negativity Mat Spread Karo’
Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor’s upcoming fantasy drama ‘Brahmāstra: Part One – Shiva’ is the most highly anticipated movie of this year. Promotions for Ayan Mukerji’s directorial are going on in full swing. Alia and Ranbir along with the other cast were recently in Delhi, however, during a press conference, the actress got angry when she was asked for her reaction to the current ‘climate change’-referring to the boycott calls. The mom-to-be gave a befitting reply and asked not to ‘spread negativity.’

The Raazi actress said, “Which climate? Summer? Winter? There's no such thing. It is a beautiful environment to release a film. Right now, we need to be healthy, safe, and secure. We should all feel grateful for life in general, aise kuch mat bolo, aap mat spread karo. Negative kuchh nahi hain environment, sab positive hain, sab acha hain (Nothing is negative, everything is positive).” Alia went on to add that they are very happy that theatres are back. “We are very grateful that we are getting to do our job and put it out for the audience to watch. Climate yahi hain ki abhi September shuru ho gaya, agli maheene October shuru hoga,” Alia further asserted. ALSO READ: OMG! Alia Bhatt Gets Severely TROLLED Over Her, ‘Don't Like Me, Don't Watch Me' Remark; Netizens Trend #BoycottBrahmastra, ‘We Will Fulfill Her Wish’


In August, netizens started a hate campaign against ‘Brahmastra’ calling for a boycott over Alia Bhatt's comments on the nepotism debate. The actress had said that she can’t keep ‘defending herself if you don't like her, don't watch her films.’

Brahmastra, which is made on a budget of Rs. 300 crores, also stars megastar Amitabh Bachchan, Nagarjuna, and Mouni Roy. The fantasy drama is slated to hit the theatres tomorrow, 9th September 2022.  Bankrolled by Disney and Dharma Productions, the film marks Alia and Ranbir’s first onscreen collaboration.