Alia Bhatt on Kalank: When the audience does not accept the film, it should not do well

And that’s when we learn, pick up the pieces and move on. Everybody has the right to say what they want to. I will be quiet. It is not always sunshine. That’s my stand.”

Comment(s) She said, “We are in a creative industry, and everybody tries to put their best foot forward. She said, “If I am like this, then my family is ten times more mature and stronger than I am. I want to be happy, positive, work hard and be a better version of myself every day. I don’t want to get into this. At times, it rains too. Talking about Kalank, the 26-year-old actor said, “Janta ki adalat sabse badi adalat hoti ha (audience verdict is supreme). At times, it turns out good, and at times, it doesn’t. In whatever we do, we give our best. That’s just the way it is. It is a learning experience for everybody.”
Alia Bhatt’s latest film Kalank wasn’t received well by critics and the audience alike. I should not pay attention to what people say or don’t say. We try not to disappoint them the next time.”
Alia Bhatt also took the moral high ground in her verbal spat with Kangana Ranaut, who has been slamming the actor and her family on various platforms. We just have to accept that fact and move on. And when the audience does not accept the film, it should not do well. Advertising

Alia also spoke about how it feels when critics give negative reviews to her films.