Regarding Being Called a “Red Flag” Following Alia Bhatt’s Lipstick Remark, Ranbir Kapoor said, “My Focus Has Always Been Just To Act”

After actor Ranbir Kapoor’s wife Alia Bhatt said that he requested her to remove her lipstick because he prefers her without it, the actor found himself at the center of controversy. Soon after, he received harsh criticism on social media from everyone, who even called him a “red flag” for controlling his wife’s conditions.

Ranbir and Alia, however, stayed silent about the incident until lately, when the actor was talking with his fans. Ranbir really said that if the criticism helps those battling toxic masculinity, he doesn’t mind it.

“I realize that I just read an article about being toxic and how it related to a comment I made. I’m with you, listen. I stand with those who are fighting against toxic masculinity in whatever way you choose. Thus, I don’t mind if they use me as a face since their conflict goes beyond my personal resentment over their interpretation of my words, Ranbir said.

Ranbir said that he had “lots to feel grateful about” and that he doesn’t feel sorry for himself.

Indeed, the public has reacted negatively to Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor in the past as well. Alia had said that Ranbir dislikes it when she raises her voice in a Vice interview. “I have to try very hard to control my anger because my husband does not like it when my voice goes above this decibel,” she was cited as adding. Since he believes that kindness is necessary, even in times of unhappiness, and that it’s not fair.

As an actor, Ranbir has come to terms with the fact that he will feature in gossip columns, and he says it doesn’t matter. “It’s a great thing that I’m not on social media because I don’t have to deal with negativity on there,” he said.

“Sometimes a lot of things are written about you as an actor, and many opinions are made, which are not necessarily true, but you have to take it with a pinch of salt,” the actor said, emphasizing how negativity is “very important” since it produces “balance.” Because I don’t own this image of mine that is being built by the media, the movies, or the roles I portray. It belongs to everyone, regardless of whether they like or disapprove of my work, and they are free to express themselves as long as they give it a chance. My primary goal has always been to take action.

Next up for Ranbir Kapoor is “Animal,” directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga, which also stars Bobby Deol, Rashmika Mandanna, Anil Kapoor, and Tripti Dimri. On December 1, the movie opens in theaters.

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