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‘Hollywood This, Hollywood That…’: Mira Rajput Reviews Barbie

Mira Rajput took to Instagram to take a sly dig at Hollywood movies after watching Greta Gerwig’s Barbie.

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ONE of the most popular celebrity wives in Bollywood, Mira Rajput recently took to her social media account to reveal that she too participated in the Barbienheimer mania going viral on social media. She posted a picture of watching Barbie in the theater and took a sly dig at Hollywood movies.

Taking to her Instagram account, Mira posted a picture from Barbie where lead stars Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling could be seen singing and dancing. Alongside the image, Mira wrote, “Hollywood this, Hollywood that.. Well Hollywood can’t do sing and dance like Bollywood can!”

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Mira Rajput’s Instagram Story on Barbie.

Barbie directed by Greta Gerwig has been receiving an overwhelming response from the audiences and critics alike. The film opened to a monstrous $155 million weekend globally and emerged as a box office sensation.

Recently, television actor Juhi Parmar took to her Instagram account to reveal her experience of watching Barbie with her daughter. The actor revealed walking out of the theater within 10 minutes.

Juhi posted a long note that read, “Dear Barbie, I start with owning up to my mistake, I took my 10 year old daughter Samairra to watch your film without researching the fact that it was a “PG-13” movie. 10 minutes into the movie, inappropriate language, sexual connotations and I was anxiously running out of the theater wondering what had I just exposed my child to.”

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She further added, “Juhi wrote about how many parents will still let their children watch the entire film. “The language and information comes back to my child even if I try to keep her away from it. And hence I come back to my main question here….WHY DID YOU BREAK THE PERFECT ILLUSION OF BARBIE?”

“Why make Barbie inappropriate for kids and a Pg-13 movie rather than one which everyone could enjoy with family. I wish I could erase the memory of this film and continue believing in a picture perfect Barbie for my child who has a collection of yours and loves you so much….I so WISH! A Concerned & Disappointed Parent, Juhi Parmar,” concluded her post.

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