Three youths beat a dog to death in Kerala: Alia Bhatt, Anushka Sharma, Disha Patani and others react – Eagles Vine

Recently, a report surfaced on social media that claimed that a pet dog, Bruno, was beaten to death by 3 people in Kerala. The incident came to light after Christuraj, one of the owners of the dog, released the brutal video on Facebook. The video showed the dog, tied by its neck to the hook of a boat’s fishing bait.

Now, B-Town stars have taken to their social media handles to raise their voices against this horrific incident. From Alia Bhatt, Disha Patani to Anushka Sharma, stars are demanding more stringent laws against animal cruelty.

The ‘Two States’ actress wrote, ”Disgusting!!! They cannot get away with this!!! Until they are punished people with this twisted mindset are not going to change!!!”

Disha demanded that the culprits should be caught and “severely punished”. She further wrote, ”Stop animal cruelty, Every animal on this planet deserves to be loved and treated well”.

Anushka Sharma called the accused “monsters”.

Check out their posts here:

Tiger Shroff


Malaika Arora


Anushka Sharma


Disha Patani



Alia Bhatt


The complaint was filed by Sony P, sister of Christuraj. The siblings brought up the dog together for the last eight years. She revealed that they were devastated by what happened to Bruno.

“He had been with us for eight years. Our kids played with him and he would eat from all our houses. He was family to us. It was recently that he started going to the beach. Usually he would go and return by noon,” said Sony.

The complaint was filed on Tuesday, but police have not taken any action, Sony said. “We came to know that they were burying the matter with the help of one of the relatives employed at coastal police station nearby. We felt we wouldn’t get justice and we took to Facebook so that everyone would know what happened to our Bruno,” she added.


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