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Alia Bhatt addresses criticism on Ranbir Kapoor amid lipstick controversy

The controversy began when Alia Bhatt shared unconventional beauty tips in a Vogue India video, sparking discussions about her personal life and choices.

The lipstick comment has brought Bollywood stars Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor under scrutiny on social media.

The controversy began when Alia Bhatt shared unconventional beauty tips in a Vogue India video, sparking discussions about her personal life and choices.

Netizens swiftly criticized Ranbir Kapoor after Alia’s revelation that he used to encourage her to wipe off her lipstick and embrace her natural lip color during their dating days. The online backlash labeled Kapoor as toxic and controlling, igniting a wave of discourse. Bhatt, however, addressed the situation during an interactive “ask me anything” session on Instagram, offering her perspective on dealing with criticism.

Responding to a fan’s question about handling toxicity, Bhatt emphasized the significance of constructive criticism in personal growth. She stated, “Constructive criticism is the best way to grow. But words that are meant to hurt you can only hurt if you let them.” Bhatt’s advice centered around cultivating a life filled with love and gratitude to shield oneself from negativity.

 

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Amid this controversy, Kangana Ranaut, known for her candid opinions, indirectly commented on the situation. Without mentioning names, the actress insinuated that Kapoor married Bhatt “under the influence of a powerful figure” who promised him a movie trilogy. Ranaut’s apparent references were aimed at filmmaker Karan Johar as the “influential figure” and Ayan Mukerji’s Brahmastra as the promised trilogy.

Ranaut took to her Instagram Stories, expressing skepticism about the couple’s relationship dynamics. She noted, “In another news, a farzi (fake) husband-wife jodi (couple) who live on separate floors and pretend to be a couple are spreading fake news about movie announcements which aren’t being made…” Ranaut also alleged that a brand owned by Myntra was falsely claimed by the couple and shed light on a family trip where Kapoor’s wife and daughter were allegedly snubbed.

The controversy between Bhatt, Kapoor, and Ranaut has captured the attention of social media users, sparking discussions on relationships, authenticity, and the nature of public personas.