Alia Bhatt’s sister Shaheen Bhatt to take legal action against trolls who sent her rape and death threats for …

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Post the tragic demise of Sushant Singh Rajput, we saw many celebs raising their voices against nepotism. Amid this row, Alia Bhatt’s sister Shaheen Bhatt shared screenshots on Instagram, where she exposed that she along with her family members are receiving death and rape threats. Sharing these series of pics, she wrote, “Does this surprise you? Why? This doesn’t surprise me.” Also Read – #6YearsOfHSKD: Sidharth Shukla fans remind makers that the Balika Vadhu star was also a part of the film as they make him trend on top

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She added, “So, I speak now tot hose of you who think it’s okay to send me or anyone messages full of hate. If you send me a message with the sole hope (I say hope because I promise you-nothing you say is keeping me up at night) of humiliating, insulting, or bullying me, then the following things will happen: -The message or comment will first be blocked and reported to Instagram directly. –You will forfeit the right to your privacy. I will NOT protect your identity. Every shitty message you send me will-should I choose to-go up for everyone to see. Abusers are emboldened by their anonymity. I will not help hide you. – I WILL use all legal recourse available to me to take action. If you think you can’t be located because your account is anonymous, please think again-IP addresses are easily trackable. YOU are not invisible. Harassment is a crime.”

On the work front, Alia Bhatt will be next seen Sadak 2, which also stars Aditya Roy Kapur, Sanjay Dutt and Pooja Bhatt in pivotal roles. It was originally scheduled to be released in cinemas on July 10. The uncertainty around the reopening of theatres, which were shut down in the wake of coronavirus pandemic has pushed the makers to consider a digital release. “It (number of COVID-19 cases) is increasing day-by-day instead of subsiding. In this situation do you think the theatres will open? And even if they do and ‘Sadak 2’ is released, will people go to watch it? People have to protect their families. Today, life is more important,” said Mukesh Bhatt

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