The two films that created quite a stir over the weekend were definitely Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk and Alankrita’
Lipstick Under My Burkha deserves an applause for its wonderful social media campaign, with which it dared to give audacious opinions. Now after its release, it still continues to make news as both celebs and commoners are raising their voice to watch the film for its strong social message. Like always, celebrities on twitter had some interesting reactions. Check them out here, where we list the best of the lot, especially if you haven’t watched the film.
The veteran has definitely impressed her son and we won't ask how.
Saw #lipstickundermyburkha again last night! Its a profoundly beautiful and moving film! Reminiscent of Ismat Chugthai. Its a masterpiece!!
— Vivaan Shah (@TheVivaanShah) July 17, 2017
The comedian surely understands feminism.
— Vir Das (@thevirdas) July 20, 2017
She seems really impressed by the #LipstickRebellion.
Things to do this weekend:
Go watch #LipstickUnderMyBurkha
Tell friends to watch @LipstickMovie
Watch @LipstickMovie with told friends
— Shruti Seth (@SethShruti) July 21, 2017
The young actress seems to have chosen a myriad of adjectives, keeping in mind her next film Haseena
#LipstickUnderMyBurkha. So so so happy to see such an amazing film. Fearless, relevant, eye opening, liberating. Girl power all the way ❤️
— Shraddha (@ShraddhaKapoor) July 19, 2017
He gives the easiest definition for `good movies` (or maybe not).
— Danish Aslam (@dan1shaslam) July 24, 2017
The singer uses an excellent way to sum up the film.
What a way to spread the dream which will be dreamt together someday inshallah..!!
— arijit singh (@raiisonai) July 23, 2017
He, of course, understands cinema.
Great News: Lipstick under my burkha has created history.Experts say never has a small, 'festival film' had such a solid box office opening.
— Mahesh Bhatt (@MaheshNBhatt) July 23, 2017
When a class actor gives this kind of review, you realize the film is worth all the appreciation.
— Irrfan (@irrfank) July 23, 2017
The comedian keeps it short, but we all know it’s true.
— Sapan Verma (@sapanv) July 21, 2017
The lady is a feminist herself. Who isn't? Remember the video ‘It’s our Fault’. If not, check it out now.
— Kalki Koechlin (@kalkikanmani) July 18, 2017