Alia Bhatt Shares Her Joy At Filmfare Awards 2024, Netizen Says, ‘Typical Bombay Rich Kid Accent’ Checkout!

Alia Bhatt spoke about being nominated for the Filmfare Awards 2024. Her accent and expressions, however, caught the interest of netizens. On January 28, 2024, the 69th Filmfare Awards 2024 brought together the glitter and glamour of Bollywood. Several well-known figures from B-town attended the Gujarat-based award ceremony.

Best Actor and Best Actress went to Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt, respectively. With her performance in Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Kahaani, Alia won the Best Actress award, and her husband, Ranbir Kapoor, took home the Best Actor trophy for his outstanding work in Animal. 

Alia Bhatt talks about being nominated at the Filmfare Awards 2024

Alia was asked about her feelings as she attended the event, where she and her husband had been nominated for Best Actor and Best Actress, respectively. In response, Alia said that it felt wonderful and wonderful because, generally speaking, the entire industry comes together and one gets to see a lot of performances. She also discussed her favourite Filmfare memory.

Netizens react to Alia Bhatt’s accent and expressions

Redditors responded similarly to the video as soon as it was posted there, questioning Alia’s speech pattern. Her accent was criticised by some, and her facial expressions provoked criticism from others. According to one of the comments, “Just your typical Bombay rich kid accent – very common.” Another one wrote, “She is trying to imitate Kareena so hard but failing at it miserably.”

When Alia Bhatt talked about facing criticism on social media

Alia frequently slips under the radar of netizens, whether by photoshopping her photos or speaking in a specific way. The actress was questioned about her daily experiences with online trolling at the HT summit, which she attended a few months ago. Speaking about it, the Highway actress said that she has learned to keep quiet about it because she is accustomed to the criticism that her fans post.

According to the actress, she was initially affected by the continuous criticism, but she now takes it in stride. As she put it: “I have lived my life in the public eye. So I have gone through different stages of scrutiny that maybe I have faced. Maybe initially I was a little more defensive. When you are younger, you are like, ‘Arre why are they saying this?’ But later on, I was a bit more dismissive; ‘Forget it, nobody cares’. But I think I have grown into a person who genuinely feels that I have nothing to complain about. And I don’t think that with the position and privilege that I have, it doesn’t look like to say that ‘Oh I don’t like that people are saying maybe not so nice things about me’.”