Alia Bhatt Angry After Private Pictures Leak Online | ISH News

Alia Bhatt slams news agency for invasion of privacy. Check out the video for all the details.

Alia Bhatt, on Tuesday, slammed a publication for invading her privacy. On her Instagram stories, the actress shared a collage of two pictures, in which she can be seen sitting in her living room. Along with the images, she wrote a furious note that read, "Are you kidding me? I was at my house having a perfectly normal afternoon sitting in my LIVING ROOM when I felt something watching me... I looked up and saw two men on the terrace of my neighbouring building with a camera right at me!" It is clearly visible that the picture was posted by ETimes. She concluded her note with these words, "In what world is this okay and allowed? This is a gross invasion of someone's privacy! There's a line you just cannot cross and it's safe to say all lines were crossed today!" The actress has also tagged Mumbai police in her post. Now it is unclear whether Alia will file a case in court or what action he will take. It is not the first time Alia Bhatt called out the media. During her pregnancy days she once called out a media report that claimed Ranbir Kapoor might travel to the UK to "bring his wife home". On her Instagram, Alia pointed out that she doesn't need to be "picked up" or get rest, explaining that no schedules were being affected in any way.  

Also, it is not the first time that celebs have called out the media house for a breach of privacy. Earlier, Anushka Sharma asked a publication to stop invading her and Virat Kohli's privacy. Sharing the pictures of herself and Virat sitting on their balcony wrote, "Despite requesting the said photographer and the publication, they still continue to invade our privacy. Guys! Stop this right now!" 

Janhvi Kapoor also shared how she too faced a similar situation when the media portal shared pictures of her clicked through the glass door when she was working out inside the gym. She wrote on her Instagram Stories, “This is disgustingly intrusive. This publication has repeatedly done things like this. Including, despite my continuous requests, photographed me unaware; inside the gym I go to while working out through the glass door. In a space that is supposed to be private, where one does not anticipate to get photographed.”  

Last year, Virat Kohli had expressed his anger when a fan shared a video of his hotel room, where they had even gone through his belongings. 

Despite requesting many times, the media keeps ignoring and publishing their pictures. Actor Shah Rukh Khan was walking out of the airport with his youngest son and oldest son Aryan. A fan aggressively approached him to take a selfie. Shah Rukh angrily shruged off the man. Aryan held his father's hand and took him away. How rude the man was! There have been many instances in which John Abraham has lost his cool and even pushed his fans. Akshay Kumar was once waving and shaking hands with a crowd of fans who were on the other side of the barricade. Akshay Kumar's security guards pushed a fan who then fell down. However, Kumar stopped his guards. There are many such incidents. Celebrities have their personal lives which should not be intruded. Are these celebrities arrogant and push away fans or are they humble? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.