Days after the release of her Netflix original film Guilty based on the #MeToo movement, actor Kiara Advani on Wednesday, thanked her fans for showering love on the film. Kiara, who essays the central role of a college girl in the film, took to Instagram to express gratitude for the overwhelming response that the film is receiving. She shared a picture featuring the reviews that the film received from different outlets in the form of star count on Instagram and penned a long post along with it. Also Read - Kiara Advani And Ruchi Narain Can't Hide Their Excitement About Guilty

“Huge gratitude for all the love you are giving us for #GuiltyOnNetflix and for appreciating my performance. Over the moon reading all your reviews, comments and tweets! Humbled; Thankful and grateful for each of you,” Kiara wrote in the caption. Also Read - Radhika Madan-Alia Bhatt-Kiara Advani And Others Talk About 'Magical' Girl Power on Women's Day

Further thanking the makers of the Netflix original, the Kabir Singh actor wrote, “This would not have been possible without @karanjohar @apoorva1972 @dharmamovies @ruchinarain @somenmishra @netflix_in Thankyou for making this film.” Also Read - Angrezi Medium Song Kudi Nu Nachne De Song Out: Anushka Sharma, Katrina Kaif, Alia Bhatt, Janhvi Kapoor, Ananya Panday, Kriti Sanon, Kiara Advani And Radhika Madan Drop Apt Fun Song Ahead of Women's Day

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The edge-of-the-seat thriller revolves around a group of students from a high-end college featuring Kiara Advani, debutant Akansha Ranjan Kapoor, and Gurfateh Singh Pirzada. Kiara Advani made a debut on the digital platform with Guilty. She rocks a distinct look in the film. She is seen wearing a septum ring, has a tattoo on her face, red and grey streaks, multiple tattoos on the body and a lot of I-give-a-damn-attitude.

In the film, Nanki knows how to live wild and her friends are everything for her until that night when a rape take place and the mystery builds involving them all. The film has been produced by Karan Johar’s digital wing Dharmatic entertainment and directed by Ruchi Narain. It was released on online video streaming platform Netflix on March 6.