Alia Bhatt Sends Out Cryptic Messages After Kangana Ranaut Slams Mahesh Bhatt; Says 'Try To Love, Not Hate'

Alia Bhatt has not one, but two bits of advice for haters in wake of Kangana Ranaut hurling out several accusations on Mahesh Bhatt

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Alia Bhatt Sends Out Cryptic Messages After Kangana Ranaut Slams Mahesh Bhatt; Says 'Try To Love, Not Hate'
It was during her controversial interview with Republic TV that Kangana Ranaut lashed out at filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt and accused him almost beating her and throwing a chappal at her. As per Kangana, it all happened because she refused to do this film that was supposedly on the lines of 'heroism of a suicide bomber'. The actress further alleged him of not letting her enter the screening of her own film, Woh Lamhe. Ever since then, Mahesh Bhatt has been at the receiving end of criticism. Now, his daughter Alia Bhatt has come forth to answer the Queen actress, albeit indirectly.

Taking to her Instagram story, the Gully Boy actress shared two images of old women, who are trying to convey certain messages. The first picture saw 98 years old Helen holding a board, the message on which read, "Advice for the younger generation: Be nice to everyone." The other image featured 93-year-old Lois, whose advice for the younger generation read, "Try to love, not hate." Well, we guessing that Alia wants to share this advice with not just Kangana, but also everyone trolling and hating on her.

Some days ago, Alia had shared another cryptic post that read, "The truth is the truth, even if no one believes it. A lie is a lie even if everyone believes it.”

Take a look:

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As for Kangana, the actress, during her conversation, had recalled the incident where she said no to Mahesh's film and he got exasperated. She revealed, "He was literally about to come on to me like he is going to beat me or something. His daughter held him back and said, ‘Papa, don’t.’ I escaped somehow."

image source: instagram/aliaabhatt, team_kangana_ranaut
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