Darlings, the lead actor of Alia Bhatt, has impressed critics and the actress’s peers are raving about her first production venture. The film was released with much fanfare yesterday and Goodluck Jerry star Janhvi Kapoor shared her thoughts on the film. Kapoor saw the film and she was “in awe” about it.
Janhvi posted her opinion on social media and dropped a gif from the movie with her review. Kapoor stated: “Another winner! No words for you @AliaBhatt a movie to be proud of and another performance that shows your unrivaled talent in awe!” She went on to praise Shefali Shah, saying: “@shefalishahofficial you are beyond enchanting. Horribly colorful and deceptively tragic. @itsvijayverma a humanized villain. You are brilliant. Loved hating you all the time . @jasmeetkreen congratulations on your home run. Last but not the least @baidnitin The maestro strikes again. Congratulations Mr. Baid on your consistency and your brilliance. This one is a winner.”
Here is the message from Janhvic
Recently, while promoting her film, Alia opened up the debate between North and South. The actress was part of one of the biggest blockbuster RRR. So when The Bharat Express News joked about the debate, Bhatt added: “It’s been a tough year for Indian cinema. We should be kind to Hindi movies. Today we sit here and say, ‘Oh Bollywood, oh Hindi cinema…” But do we count the movies that have done well this year? Even in the southern industry, all their movies have not worked. Some movies have worked, and they are very good movies. But also here, starting with my film, Gangubai Kathiawadi, have worked and done very well.”
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Alia added that a good movie will always do well and said that the dull phase of Bollywood is because the industry is now in its post-pandemic phase. She continued: “We are reassessing what movies we are going to put in a theater, what are the movies that will be released directly on an OTT platform and what is the general consumer habit? So we just understand that. But it doesn’t mean that Hindi cinema is over. This isn’t happening.” Darlings, starring Shefali Shah, Vijay Varma and Roshan Mathew, is also the directorial debut of Jasmeet K. Reen.