Alia Bhatt


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is a Bollywood actress, daughter of the famous director Mahesh Bhatt.

Birthday:  March 15, 1993

Born:  Mumbai, India

Famous for:  Actress

Twitter:  @aliaa08

 

 

History

Alia Bhatt is the daughter of Mahesh Bhatt, a famous Bollywood director.  Her sister is the famous Bollywood actress Pooja Bhatt.

Alia first appeared on screen as a child in a minor role in the thriller Sangharsh in 1999.

She made her acting debut with Karan Johar’s romantic drama Student of the Year in 2012.

Bhatt’s portrayal of a teenage girl who develops stockholm syndrome in Imtiaz Ali’s road movie Highway in 2014 garnered critical acclaim.  She won the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress and also garnered a Best Actress nomination at the same ceremony. She went on to establish herself in Bollywood by starring opposite Arjun Kapoor in the romantic drama 2 States (2014) and Varun Dhawan in the romantic comedy Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania (2014).


In 2014, Bhatt launched her own line of clothing for women, in association with the online fashion portal Jabong.com; she described the collection to be “very simple” and “very me”.

 

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Interviews

http://www.mensxp.com

RT: When you want to feel sexy, you put on...
AB: Black. Anything black can make you feel sexy instantly. Trust me. Everyone should try it.

RT: What if a girl made a pass at you?
AB: I'd be very flattered.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/hindi/bollywood/news/I-use-only-mens-perfumes-Alia-Bhatt/articleshow/21140941.cms

 

What qualities does a guy need to have to ask you out on a date?
He has to be tall. I like guys with a stubble and a big Adam's apple. He has to have a personality and be funny. If he's not funny then it's going be really sad. And he must smell nice. Smell is something that attracts me instantly. So if the guy smells nice, there is an instant attraction. I use only men's perfumes. I change my perfumes every month.

http://www.filmyfolks.com/kmh/alia-bhatt-interview.shtml

You grew up as Mahesh Bhatt's daughter. Did you lead a privileged childhood?
No. I didn't. I was never a brat. I had a rather grounded and modest upbringing. I didn't get the pleasures that people assume I would've got because I am Mahesh Bhatt's daughter. I led a normal life. And I am happy I did. I bought my first designer item myself, after I made enough money to buy it.

 

References

[1] www.wikipedia.com
[2] http://www.filmyfolks.com
[3] http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com
[4] Filmfare magazine (Photos ERRIKOS ANDREOU)