Alia Bhatt's new Bridal Wear Ad by Manyavar has irked Netizens who calls it hinduphobic but many even appreciated it by saying that it promotes women empowerment in a subtle way. Twitter was divided as many had their opinions coming in, either one admired the ad for being bold and brave, or called it an ad that hurt Hindu sentiments. We bring you some Twitter reactions to Alia Bhatt's new ad.
Here are Some of the Reactions to Alia Bhatt's New Bridal Wear Ad
Woke feminism by drugwood to reform Hinduism. But total silence on cult of Halala, TTT, Polygamy, Iddat, Child marriage that views women as property@aliaa08 is probably inspired by her women-empowerment champ daddy to give gyan on Kanya ka Maanpic.twitter.com/HwDUuvHlmN
— Gems of Bollywood (@GemsOfBollywood) September 18, 2021
Had a Great Subtle Message?
How cute and subtle in the messaging. Well done @Manyavar_.
— Wokeflix (@wokeflix_) September 19, 2021
Tradition Wohi, Soch Nayi?
Indian ads are sometimes more progressive than its films and TV combined.
— Ekta Chauhan (@ekta2993) September 19, 2021
Practise What You Preach
The very industry that objectifies women in their films, web series and reality shows is preaching about “kanyamaan” Wish they would practise what they preach then women would automatically get respect.
— SANGITA MENON IYER 🔱🦋🐾 (@imMUZIKA) September 18, 2021
A Superb Ad?
— Faridoon Shahryar (@iFaridoon) September 18, 2021
We are having 2 marriage functions lined up at our home, I pledge my family and will ask my frnds too not to buy @Manyavar_
Understand the meaning of KANYADAAN first
Stop being against Hindu and its rituals.@vhporg
— Mohit Verma। ਮੋਹਿਤ ਵਰਮਾ (@Themohitverma) September 19, 2021
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