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After “Laal Singh Chaddha” by Aamir Khan, Internet users are now “boycotting” actress Alia Bhatt for “promoting” domestic violence against men in her next film “Darlings”. The film is set to release on August 5 on Netflix. Bhatt is not only the protagonist, but she also marks her debut as a producer. The actress co-produced the film with Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan’s Red Chillies Entertainment. The film also stars Vijay Verma, Shefali Shah and Roshan Matthew.

The online outrage follows some scenes in the film where Bhatt’s character can be seen torturing her on-screen husband, Vijay Varma.

“Everyone should #BoycottAliaBhatt for making a misandrist movie like Darlings. For bollywood, domestic violence on men is a joke. Pathetic,” one Twitter user wrote.

Another user mentioned how patriarchy comes back as “cancer and metastasis in court judgments”. The person wrote, “Meanwhile Alia Bhatt produces & stars in #Darlings endorsing Assault on Domestic Violence on Husbands while the nation remains mum. All of this victimization is a charade.”

It comes just a day after Alia Bhatt’s ‘Darlings’ team released the film’s song La Ilaaj. During the event, composer Vishal Bhardwaj said that the film’s co-producer, Shah Rukh Khan, liked the track so much that he sang it to the composer during a phone call. He said: “Shah Rukh called me one night around 00:00-00:30. He started singing the song on the phone. He sang the whole song. Then he started telling the meaning…He said : ‘It would have been more fun if the song had been for me’.”

As one of the biggest productions ever produced in Germany, the success of the remake of the Oscar-winning war movie All Quiet on the Western Front means a lot. Coming to Netflix in October 2022, All Quiet on the Western Front is one of the biggest non-English language films of the year, and many subscribers should be thrilled to watch it. We keep track of everything you need to know about All Quiet on the Western Front, including the plot, cast, and trailers.

BAFTA winner and Emmy nominee Edward Berger (Patrick Melrose, Jack) will direct the film, with former Washington Post reporter Ian Stokell and producer and actor Lesley Paterson penning the screenplay. The writing duo have previously collaborated on short films such as The Negotiation and The Bike Ride.

Award-winning cinematographer James Friend (Patrick Melrose, Your Honor) will join the production as cinematographer. The film will be produced by Amusement Park’s Malte Grunert (The Aftermath, Land of Mine) and Daniel Dreifuss (Sergio, No). Actor Daniel Bruhl (The Falcon and Winter Soldier) is also attached as an executive producer and one of the lead actors.

Amusement Park Film GmbH is behind the production.

Netflix’s All Quiet on the Western Front is an adaptation of the classic World War I novel of the same name by veteran German infantryman and acclaimed author Erich Maria Remarque. Note published it in 1929 and continues to be taught in curricula around the world, primarily because of its sobering account of the futility of war.

After “Laal Singh Chaddha” by Aamir Khan, Internet users are now “boycotting” actress Alia Bhatt for “promoting” domestic violence against men in her next film “Darlings”. The film is set to release on August 5 on Netflix. Bhatt is not only the protagonist, but she also marks her debut as a producer. The actress co-produced the film with Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan’s Red Chillies Entertainment. The film also stars Vijay Verma, Shefali Shah and Roshan Matthew.

The online outrage follows some scenes in the film where Bhatt’s character can be seen torturing her on-screen husband, Vijay Varma.

“Everyone should #BoycottAliaBhatt for making a misandrist movie like Darlings. For bollywood, domestic violence on men is a joke. Pathetic,” one Twitter user wrote.

Another user mentioned how patriarchy comes back as “cancer and metastasis in court judgments”. The person wrote, “Meanwhile Alia Bhatt produces & stars in #Darlings endorsing Assault on Domestic Violence on Husbands while the nation remains mum. All of this victimization is a charade.”

It comes just a day after Alia Bhatt’s ‘Darlings’ team released the film’s song La Ilaaj. During the event, composer Vishal Bhardwaj said that the film’s co-producer, Shah Rukh Khan, liked the track so much that he sang it to the composer during a phone call. He said: “Shah Rukh called me one night around 00:00-00:30. He started singing the song on the phone. He sang the whole song. Then he started telling the meaning…He said : ‘It would have been more fun if the song had been for me’.”

As one of the biggest productions ever produced in Germany, the success of the remake of the Oscar-winning war movie All Quiet on the Western Front means a lot. Coming to Netflix in October 2022, All Quiet on the Western Front is one of the biggest non-English language films of the year, and many subscribers should be thrilled to watch it. We keep track of everything you need to know about All Quiet on the Western Front, including the plot, cast, and trailers.

BAFTA winner and Emmy nominee Edward Berger (Patrick Melrose, Jack) will direct the film, with former Washington Post reporter Ian Stokell and producer and actor Lesley Paterson penning the screenplay. The writing duo have previously collaborated on short films such as The Negotiation and The Bike Ride.

Award-winning cinematographer James Friend (Patrick Melrose, Your Honor) will join the production as cinematographer. The film will be produced by Amusement Park’s Malte Grunert (The Aftermath, Land of Mine) and Daniel Dreifuss (Sergio, No). Actor Daniel Bruhl (The Falcon and Winter Soldier) is also attached as an executive producer and one of the lead actors.

Amusement Park Film GmbH is behind the production.

Netflix’s All Quiet on the Western Front is an adaptation of the classic World War I novel of the same name by veteran German infantryman and acclaimed author Erich Maria Remarque. Note published it in 1929 and continues to be taught in curricula around the world, primarily because of its sobering account of the futility of war.

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