Alia Bhatt gets trolled again, this time for being too skinny and short (Pictures)
Bollywood actress Alia Bhatt stepped out recently to oversee construction work on their future house in Ranbir Kapoor's absence, and got trolled
Alia Bhatt was recently seen at the Kapoor’s Krishna Raj bungalow construction site to oversees the work in the absences of Ranbir Kapoor and Neetu Singh. It is said after marriage Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt will be staying in this bungalow with family. Also Read:
Alia Bhatt was recently seen at the Kapoor’s Krishna Raj bungalow construction site to oversees the work in the absences of Ranbir Kapoor and Neetu Singh. It is said after marriage Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt will be staying in this bungalow with family. Also Read: Here's what Sidharth Shukla's spirit tells paranormal expert Steve Huff about his death (WATCH)
Many camera persons followed Alia as they spotted the actress, and you can call her so-called Kapoor bahu. She was seen dressed in a black top and matching lights. She paired her comfortable athleisure with white sneakers.
As soon as her pictures were online, she got trolled by netizens for her height and body type. Many comments on her height, saying how small she looks and that her body structure is so tiny. Others felt that Alia was too skinny for her clothes. Also Read: Alia Bhatt's latest ad receives criticism; #BoycottManyavar trends on social media
There were some of her fans who supported Alia Bhatt from trolls on her behalf. Last week, Alia Bhatt was trolled for her Manyavar-Mohey ad. In the ad, Alia became a Hindu bride and questioned whether the practice of 'Kanya Daan,' or giving away girls at weddings, should still be doing in the modern age.
In the ad Alia wonders in her head, "Am I an object that can be donated? "Why only Kanyadaan?" Later, she is pleasantly delighted when her mother-in-law and father-in-law also give away their boy. And at the end , everyone in the frame is happy, and the pair marries. Also Read: When Alia Bhatt revealed she has always been a Ranbir Kapoor 'loyalist'
Kangana Ranaut also took a dig at the ad and called out Alia by posting a lengthy post, and accused the brand of engaging in "anti-Hindu propaganda" and asked her followers/fans to seek a ban on the ad. Also Read: Kangana Ranaut slams Alia Bhatt's latest bridal ad; says 'Don't exploit religion...'
Kangana wrote, "Humble appeal to all companies..... please do not exploit religion, minority, or majority politics to promote products.... Stop deceiving gullible consumers with clever polarising notions and advertising..."