Kiara Advani who made her Telugu debut with Bharat Ane Nenu is a star that everyone wants to work with. With Kabir Singh, she just entered the next level. Kiara Advani recently came up with the film Guilty that worked big for the audiences. Although the film deals with a sensitive issue, it opened to a lot of debate on social media. People within the movie industry also raised many concerns about the content that the makers dealt with. In the middle of all this, there are some positive reviews too. However, the people are coming to the conclusion that somehow the film unit touched a very relevant topic and they deserve appreciations for the same.
"There's a beauty in people getting to tell their own stories rather than others doing it for them. The perspective always comes through in fascinating ways. And it always makes you think. Perfection and imperfections aside, the perspective rarely feels second hand. The strokes are never broad. They are uniquely personal. Even if it doesn't change your mind about anything, it makes you acutely aware that there are people out there who read the same situation very differently from you.. are affected by it, process it and respond to it very differently. Sustained exposure to such varied perspectives through art can help us build empathy for each other. That's why it's so fantastic to have filmmakers from all genders, classes, races, etc etc. And am so glad a bunch of women got together and made Guilty. I see a lot of debates about the film itself. Sure, it's healthy. But I am just really glad I got to see this specific story told by women. That made it such a super watch for me." Rahul posted on his social media profile.
Apart from Rahul, a lot of other film personalities also came up with their reviews on this Netflix original film. Many influencers on social media have posted positive reviews for the film and the reviews that are already out also carry positive reports. Looks like Kiara Advani scored another hit again on Netflix and she looks forward to coming up with more exciting films on these digital platforms.