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Amid heating Nepotism flaks, Alia Bhatt enables comments section on her Instagram

by Shobhit Kalra
Amid heating Nepotism flaks, Alia Bhatt enables comments section on her Instagram

As we all know filmmaker Karan Johar and actress Alia Bhatt have been at the receiving end of nepotism bashing ever since this fiery debate engulfed the whole film Industry after Sushant Singh Rajput’s alleged suicide due to depression on June 14. Where the whole nation stood in solidarity against Bollywood for its nepotistic and partial behavior and called out all star kids, movie mafias including Alia Bhatt, and Karan Johar among hundred others, many celebrities either deactivated their social media accounts or temporarily disabled their comments section to avoid the negativity.

The infuriated netizens had filled comments section of targeted celebs with angry and distasteful comments, so much so that they were forced to eventually limit their comments section. But it seems like after 2 months since Sushant’s tragic death, things are settling down among Bollywood stars and they have started to resume their social media activities just like before. After Karan Johar registered his return to his Instagram handle after a post Alia Bhatt has also enabled her comments section of her IG account. The actress took to her Insta account to wish BFF Ayan Mukerji on his birthday by sharing a throwback video, the actress wrote, “It’s my best friends birthday.. and this video sums up our relationship in every way – fun.. free..together forever love you my genius boy.. Happy Birthday Ayanuuuu.”

Which instantly started to flood with comments where a user wrote in comment section, “Dont waste your time by watching her video …RIP Sushant Sing Rajput,” while another wrote, “Comment section open kar diya… Ham Sab samajhte Hain.. Apne comments ko baki sab delete.”

Speaking of the professional front, Alia will next be seen in filmmaker Karan Johar’s ‘Takht’, Ayan’s ‘Brahmastra’ and Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s ‘Gangubai Kathiawadi’.

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