Dia Mirza reveals that she would ‘question certain aspects of RHTDM if she was offered the film today

Dia Mirza

Several of the 90s movies have fallen off the radar in today’s woke culture as viewers reconsider how offensively certain things were portrayed in movies. On the other side, celebrities are no longer afraid to speak out on issues they don’t agree with. Dia Mirza is a performer who doesn’t hesitate to speak up, and this time she did so when discussing her first movie, Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein (RHTDM). The actress acknowledged that the movie incorrectly presented some events in a recent interview.

For the uninitiated, RHTDM featured Maddy (R Madhavan), who impersonates someone else in order to pursue Reena (Dia), a girl who is supposed to marry Sam (Saif Ali Khan). The movie has frequently been criticized for ignoring Maddy’s “stalker” behavior in the name of Love by many Gen Z users on social media. Dia Mirza discussed how she would have responded if Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein (RHTDM) had been presented to her today in an interview with Outlook India.

“If I were offered that movie (today), I would doubt some of its elements and hope the authors would change it,” Dia Mirza remarked. I took some of the movie’s themes to heart and recognized they had to do with spreading love in the correct way. I vehemently oppose stalking. It is a bad thing to do, in my opinion. In addition to lying to Reena, Maddy’s character also stalks her. Of course, when she learns the truth, she ends their relationship, only to find out later that he is sorry and actually cares about her.

But there is no excuse for stalking in this world; lying is terrible, but stalking is worse, Dia Mirza said. I am aware of certain recent movies with similar situations that have performed incredibly well at the box office. I suppose we don’t view stalking negatively in our society. I believe that deception is being disseminated as the proper thing because of our films.

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