'Wake millennials,' 'Gen Zers,' and 'influencers,' according to Lisa Ray, are obsessed with Barbie. Internet users advise watching it again.

 Even social media stars who speak out against sexism and other social injustices are, according to Lisa Ray, gung-ho about the Barbie craze.

The most talked-about topics in town right now are Greta Gerwig's Barbie and Christopher Nolan's Oppenheimer. Both movies are performing incredibly well despite clashing at the box office on July 21. Even if the Oppenheimer frenzy in India is unmatched, Barbie's momentum hasn't slowed down in the slightest. Barbie mania has already engulfed society to the point where many people are imitating Barbie-inspired styles, getting makeovers, and even attending screenings of the movie while donning pink. Lisa Ray, an actress, has criticized Gen Z and millennials for their love of Barbie while being aware of the portrayal of female subjugation in the movie.

Lisa Ray slams Barbie

Lisa Ray wrote a lengthy post on Twitter criticizing the so-called "woke millennials" and "Gen Zers" for applauding the Barbie movie, which she says has several flaws. "Real question to the Woke millennials and Gen Zers: How are you not only not up in arms over the Barbie movie, which is really a huge marketing push for an agent of female oppression disguised as a movie, but many of you are also participating in Barbiecore and posting cute photos in hot pink?" She tweeted.

Lisa Ray reacts to Janhvi Kapoor's line from a moving talking about relationships and Auschwitz

A screenshot from a sequence in the film Bawaal, starring Janhvi Kapoor and Varun Dhawan, has been published. Every relationship experiences its Auschwitz, says Janhvi's character Nisha in the screenshot. It appears that the actress is interpreting a line from another character in the film. Given that Auschwitz is notorious for the horrific holocaust in which many people sadly perished, the debate has come off as callous. The actress appeared shocked when Lisa Ray discovered the information in a tweet. She spelled out "Noooooooo.

Reviews of Barbie: What do reviewers think of the Margot Robbie movie?

According to numerous critics, who have generally appreciated the Barbie movie, life in plastic is usually amazing.

This Friday marks the debut of the widely anticipated movie, which also stars Ryan Gosling and Margot Robbie and is paired with Christopher Nolan's Oppenheimer.

Barbie was dubbed "painfully funny" by Empire and "joyous from minute to minute" by The Independent.

However, Time and the Daily Mail both criticized it as "very pretty but not very deep," calling it "uneven and disjointed.

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