Alia Bhatt admits that through films the audience gets happy


Bollywood Actress Aliya Bhatt's recent film 'Raazi' has made a comeback at the box office. Despite having a female centric film, this ticket is making great money on the window. Meghna Gulzar directed 'Raazi' got a great review, which has a direct effect on her business. After earning Rs 7.53 crore on the first day, 'Raazi' has recorded a growth of 50.07% on the second day of the release. According to trade analyst Taran Adarsh, the film has raised Rs 11.30 crore on Saturday. Alia Bhatt starrer 'Raazi' has earned Rs 18.83 crore in two days.

Alia Bhatt says that she really feels very happy when she forces people to cry through her films. Aliya here on Saturday met the media with the film 'Raazi' co-star Vicky Kaushal.

When Alia asked, did she expect Razi to get positive feedback from the audience then she said, "I did not expect such a reaction. From the beginning we thought we are making a small film So we did not feel that we would get so much love from the audience. "

The actress said that we are all proud of the wonderful response to the film and she is very happy, especially on Meghna Gulzar because she was feeling very nervous before releasing the film. Alia said, "Before the film's release, she (Meghna) was very nervous, but the audience gave great love for which we are grateful. After watching the film some people were crying and when I used to make people through their films I am really happy, so I think we have done our job well. "

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