Indian Bollywood star Alia Bhatt`s mother feels she would be happier living in Pakistan

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I’ll be much happier in Pakistan, says Alia Bhatt’s mother Soni Razdan

Bollywood actor Alia Bhatt’s mother Soni Razdan, who will next be seen in No Fathers In Kashmir, has shocked many with her recent statement about her willingness to move to Pakistan. The actor claimed that internet trolls have inspired this feeling of moving to Pakistan in her.

During an interview with Nav Bharat Times, Soni expressed that she has faced a lot of flak in the past for any statement she has made about Kashmir. She also mentioned about the cultural imbalance in the valley and how India should not go Pakistan’s way.

Soni said that she often gets labelled as an ‘anti-national’ whenever she expresses her views related to Kashmir and Pakistan. She said, that people who disagree with her opinions tell her to go to Pakistan, and this makes her feel sometimes that she should go to the neighbouring country and she will be happier there as the food there is good.

The actor, who was seen with Alia in Raazi, said, “When I talk like this, people start calling me anti-national and want to send me to Pakistan. Sometimes I wonder, I should really go to Pakistan as I’ll be much happier there. As it is the food is also good that side. Here, people are after me and want to make me run away. However, there are so many people who share the same thoughts as me, and thus, it hardly makes any difference to me what people have to say about me.”

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Naturally, her statement did not sit well and she started getting trolled once again. Many yet again asked her to shift to Pakistan if she feels the neighbouring country is better than India.

The actor’s movie No Fathers in Kashmir, also stars such as Kulbhushan Kharbanda, Anshuman Jha, Zara Webb and Ashvin Kumar.

The film has been shot in Kashmir and according to reports, the movie is based on the life of two 16-year-olds who are looking for their missing fathers. The movie is slated to release on April 5.

tribune.com.pk