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Alia Bhatt is often targeted by trolls on social media and is calmly unfazed by it. Ignoring people's comments and harsh reactions to everything that she does, the actress has maintained a dignified silence over several matters. However, on Koffee With Karan 8, she let her thoughts flow uninterruptedly. When host Karan Johar, who is also her mentor and friend, asked about reading misconceptions about herself on social media, Alia silenced trolls with her reaction. Alia said, "It’s the age of the internet, there’s a misconception a week. Someday I’ve got buccal fat surgery, some day I’m whitening my skin, some day I’m having marriage issues. Misconceptions are misconceptions so they don’t bother me. You do you, I do me.” When Karan asked her what would she say if she had to make an automated message for trolls, Alia shared, "Hi, this is Alia Bhatt. If what you are going to say is going to make you feel better then please go ahead and leave a message after the beep."
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Zoya Akhtar's The Archies is the launch pad for several new actors. It is headlined by a bunch of fresh talents like Dot, Mihir Ahuja, Vedang Raina, Yuvraj Menda, Suhana Khan, Agastya Nanda and Khushi Kapoor. The musical is releasing on Netflix on December 7. The Archies has been the talking point for various reasons. One of them was the casting. Suhana, Agastya and Khushi belong to affluent film families. Amid chatter around 'nepotism', Zoya revealed in an interview with India Today that she did have second thoughts about casting Suhana, Agastya and Khushi for the roles of Veronica, Archie and Betty. The director shared, "The thought did occur to me, but then I thought I should not think like that because they are the best for the part and I should do that, and if someone has to do something, they will do it. If people like their work, they will like it. But when I looked at them and the auditions, they looked promising for the three roles. So, it would be very weird if I did not cast them. It is weird to not cast someone because they are not famous, but it is equally weird to not cast someone because their parents are famous. I mean you have to just go with merit. Of course, I thought about it, but you cannot deny that they are the best for the roles. I care about my film at the end of the day." Zoya reacted to whether she took the pressure of people's expectations. She said, "You cannot. People that are going to like it will like it, those who will hate will hate it and those who have already decided to love it will love it. All you can control is what you are doing, and make it the best, and if your film has honesty, people will find reasons to like it." Suhana is Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan's daughter whereas Agastya is Amitabh Bachchan and Jaya Bachchan's grandson. Khushi is the younger daughter of Sridevi and Boney Kapoor. They play the central characters and have a love triangle in The Archies.
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Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli's relationship has always been a topic of interest for the whole of India. It is after all the melding of the two biggest interests in India, Bollywood and cricket. And with Anushka Sharma being one of the most popular actresses and Virat Kohli being a legendary cricketer, it comes as no surprise that their relationship has been in the public eye since its inception. Who can forget all the adorable moments of Virat Kohli kissing his engagement ring whenever he would score, big or small? It wouldn't matter. The engagement ring received an impressive peck from the ace cricketer. However, in 2022, Virushka found themselves facing a barrage of trolling. According to the trolls, Anushka's presence in the stadium was the reason Virat Kohli could not perform during his so-called "low phase." Back in 2016, when the trolling was at an all-time high, Virat even took to Instagram to address the hate. He said, "Shame on those people who have been having a go at Anushka for the longest time and connecting every negative thing to her. Shame on those people calling themselves educated. Shame on blaming and making fun of her when she has no control over what I do with my sport. If anything she has only motivated and given me more positivity.
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