Alia Bhatt starrer Darlings has not only won the hearts of her co-producers Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan but the star couple’s kids Suhana and Aryan Khan have also enjoyed the film. Nice fans.
Shah Rukh Khan and his family have reacted to Alia Bhatt and Vijay Varma starrer Darlings, which released on August 5. Recently, before leaving for Babymoon, Alia told how her film got the reaction.
Twice Sohana Khan watched Darlings
When asked about the review of Darlings produced by Shah Rukh Khan, Alia said in an interview to ‘Bollywood Bubble’, ‘Shah Rukh told me after watching this film, so cute Thank you for the film. Alia further told in this interview that Gauri Khan, Suhana Khan and Aryan Khan also saw her film and everyone liked this film very much.Shahrukh’s daughter Suhana liked this film so much that she saw this film twice
Vijay you are worth hating
thatHave enjoyed it a lot. Apart from this, the film’s actor Vijay Varma has said about the reviews of this film that he is getting a lot of negative comments on the internet for the role of a heartless husband in the film. But it is not at all that people are sending him negative comments only about his character. Rather, he is being praised for his excellent performance and his portrayal of this brutal character played in a well manner. One user wrote, “Well deserved hate! What a brilliant performance, Vijay.” ‘You deserve this hate, what a wonderful act.’
The story of Darlings is based on domestic violence,
In the film Darlings released on the OTT platform, the story of two women victims of domestic violence has been presented with comedy content. Shefali Shah plays Alia Bhatt’s mother in this dark comedy film. And Vijay Varma is playing the role of her husband. It is directed by Jasmeet K Reen. Before the release, the campaign to boycott this film was also seen on social media. This was the reason. Why the discriminatory treatment of domestic violence against women and men. Objections were raised on the film for portraying domestic violence against men in an insensitive form and showing it from a comedy angle.