As the Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor project Brahmastra is coming on a release. Here are few facts that require attention of every individual who wish to spend their hard-earned money on the movie. The movie may cherish the lives of people who alleged to be involved in the 26/11 terror attack.
Surprisingly, Bollywood actors switch sides that fits into the narrative to benefit their million dollar projects. Alia Bhatt who is undoubtedly famous for her acting skills comes from a controversial family. From her Soni Razdan mother’s statement of dwell in Pakistan to Rahul Bhatt’s involvement in Mumbai terror attack, the family never disintegrate itself from controversy and distastefulness.
Recently, Alia Bhatt joined the que when asked to address the issue of boycott trend. For which, she expressed her likewise arrogance and said, “if you don’t like me, don’t watch me”, which has triggered anger amongst netizens. The statement sounds similar to that of Kareena Kapoor. Recently, Kareena Kapoor’s statement troubled her movie Lal Singh Chaddha as well, which failed at enticing audience. However, Kareena Kapoor Khan’s statement aired after Sushant’s mysterious death.
Another statement was of Soni Razdan in 2019, she on several occasions implicitly stood up on Pakistan’s side on Kashmir issue. The actress never refrained from mentioning her political inclination towards Pakistan. The statement intensified when she added, that she has been referred as anti-national by public and showed her willingness to move Pakistan. “Ab jab main aisi baatein karti hoon toh log mujhe deshdrohi kehkar Pakistan behjna shuru kar dete hain. Kabhi kabhi main sochti hoon ki haan, mujhe Pakistan hi chale jana chahiye, main bohat khush rahungi Pakistan jaakar, wahan khana bhi bohat achha hai. Yahan toh bhagate hain log mujhe, bohat baar mujhe logon ne kaha ki tum Pakistan jaao, lekin meri tarah ki soch rakhne wale bohat zyada log hain, isliye mujhe isse koi zyada fark nahi padta hai ki kaun kya kehta hai,” Soni Razdan was quoted as saying to Navbharat Times.
Rahul Bhatt and 26/11:
How was David Headley’s conspirator, Mahesh Bhatt’s son Rahul, connected to the 26/11 Mumbai Attacks?
In accordance with Headley’s testimony, he liked Bhatt and wanted to hire him as an I.S.I. agent.
The Mumbai attacks of November 26, 2008, also known as 26/11, were a string of terrorist actions carried out by ten members of Lashkar-e-Taiba, an extremist Islamist group with headquarters in Pakistan. They orchestrated 12 coordinated shooting and bombing attacks over the course of four days throughout Mumbai.
The horrifying atrocities left 166 people dead and nearly 300 injured.
Rahul, the son of director Mahesh Bhatt, became friends with Daood Sayed Gilani, a Pakistani-American who helped plan an attack on the nation’s financial centre and was born David Headley. When the latter visited a gym, they crossed paths.
In accordance with Headley’s testimony, he liked Bhatt and wanted to hire him as an I.S.I. agent. He also cautioned Bhatt not to travel to the south.
The actor’s arrogant remark over the trend drew attention towards the ideological orientation of the family. The movie is however, to entice audience towards the projection of Hindu beliefs but the trend to boycott the film is prevailing for the time being.
The involvement and comments of Soni Razdan shouldn’t be ignored.