Bollywood actress Yami Gautam whose recent film ‘Dasvi’ was released on Netflix on April 7 has dynamically reacted to a review on her performance written by a critic from Anupama Chopra’s Film Companion. The actress Yami Gautam was disappointed by the review and called it ‘disrespectful’ and ‘heartbreaking’. The ‘Uri’ actress Yami seeks the entertainment portal to not ‘review’ her performance in films.

While sharing the Twitter thread, Yami Gautam expressed that she is open to encouraging criticism but not when a platform is frequently bogged down and tries to ‘pull her down’. Moreover, she had shared a screenshot of the review article which could read as: “Yami Gautam is no longer the dead girlfriend in Hindi films, but the combative smile is starting to get repetitive.”

The actress had voiced her opinion against the scathing review on Thursday on Twitter. Her posts read, “Before I say anything else, I’d like to say that I usually take constructive criticism in my stride. But when a certain platform keeps trying to pull you down consistently, I felt it necessary to speak up about it.”

“My recent films & performances include ‘A Thursday’, ‘Bala’, ‘Uri’ etc & yet this is qualified as a ‘review’ of my work! It’s extremely disrespectful! It takes years of hard work for anyone & especially a self-made actor like me to keep proving our mettle again & again with every opportunity. This is what it comes down to from certain reputed portals!”

“It’s heartbreaking since I did look up to @FilmCompanion once upon a time, like many of us, but I don’t seek that for a long now! I would request you not to ‘review’ my performance henceforth ! I’ll find grace in that & it’ll be less painful.”

Yami Gautam in the character of an IPS Officer Jyoti Deswal in ‘Dasvi’. ‘Dasvi’ has been released on the OTT platform and is fully equipped with a lot of brilliant performers like Abhishek Bachchan and Nimrat Kaur in noteworthy roles other than Yami Gautam. On the professional front, actress Yami Gautam will be next seen in Anirudhh Roy Choudhary’s ‘Lost’, ‘OMG 2’ with Akshay Kumar & Pankaj Tripathy.