1 Year of Raazi: Alia Bhatt, Vicky Kaushal, Karan Johar fondly trace back how it all started; WATCH

Alia Bhatt, Vicky Kaushal, Karan Johar celebrate 1 Year of Raazi in this emotional video
News,Karan Johar,alia bhatt,Vicky Kaushal,Raazi1 Year of Raazi: Alia Bhatt, Vicky Kaushal, Karan Johar fondly trace back how it all started; WATCH
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The much loved Raazi starring Alia Bhatt and Vicky Kaushal completed one year today. The film was acclaimed by critics and received lots of love from the masses. The Meghna Gulzar directorial which released on 11th May last year won a number of Filmfare awards. According to fans, Raazi was the greatest hit of Alia Bhatt’s career and finally introduced actor Vicky Kaushal as the star that he is. The film turned out to be one of the biggest blockbusters of 2018.

Based on an adaptation of Harinder Sikka's 2008 novel Calling Sehmat, Raazi told us the story of Sehmat, a character played by Alia Bhatt, who becomes an undercover RAW agent upon her father Hidayat Khan’s request. She is then married into a family of Pakistani Military officials to relay any valuable information that she finds to India. The role of Sehmat’s husband Iqbal Syed was played beautifully by Vicky Kaushal. The on-screen chemistry between the lead actors was lauded by many.

On this occasion of the film’s one year anniversary, Karan’s banner Dharma Productions uploaded an emotional video with the team revisiting how it all began. It was later shared by Alia Bhatt and Karan Johar on their social media handles. Karan Johar’s heartfelt caption reads, “A film that swells our chest with pride. The love that Raazi has gotten is a true testament to the hard work & love put into this cinematic experience!”

The movie is definitely something. Somewhere along the scenes, rooting for Sehmat, Raazi made its special place in many hearts.

Comments

The more you hate Allia the higher she gose

all herions that date rk stop using makeup and looks so avrage! that guy sabotages them dilebratly

I hate Alia..y Raazi worked becoz of vicky n the story plus Alia was seen in ok light..ab hit film de kar dikha..We will not support a nasty,snobbish arrogant two faced liar..boycott her..out u go!!

The more u envy Alia the more she will succeed further so get real as jealousy wont lead u anywhere

It was the best movie ever made apart from uri. Kudos to alia for doing her job well and vicky is beyond good

Over hyped movie .. Vicky was awesome but Alia’s last crying was cringeworthy

The truth is, we have not been given an option but to watch only Aalia.. this role could have been essayed by Shraddha or anybody else.. KJo is like the congress who always want to be at the helm of power.. Give others a chance in this so called democracy of Bollywood.

KJo is angling for a National Award for his sugar-child Alia (Best Actress) and Meghna Gulzar (Best Director). Self promotion at its crassest. Meghna is unfortunately playing in his hands, she is certainly very talented.

KJo’s policy - I praise you, you praise me, we are the film community. Anyone who does not follow our rules, we don’t praise, we criticize, we ostracize....I have come to be the current don of the Indian film industry, and rule I will!

Really? Let people of India speak up. KJo’s films are filmy, long, boring and irrelevant generally speaking. He has built up relationships that he works on through parties, Koffee with Karan, award shows, his children’s birthdays, mother’s birthdays...nothing wrong in keeping your ties, but to try to dominate over others and the audiences, is all wrong. Let KJo’s attitude and influence vanish like a bubble!

No need for all this drama. Love doesn’t go out screaming like this...
Earlier, Alia saved Karan’s two facedness from getting exposed to SRK(ref: KJo’s relationship with Siddharth Malhotra). Now he’s trying to save Alia from Kangana’s accusations. Quid pro quo relationships are not mired in love, but in desperation. KJo is shameless in trying to disguise one thing for another...hiding the truth does not diminish it!

Overrated film, I did not like it as much as it was hyped, full respects to the original Sehmat though

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