From her powerful performances to her relatable personality, the reasons why we love Alia Bhatt are plenty
Alia Bhatt is a phenomenal combination of talent and looks. She is a people’s actor. Her career graph, thanks to the roles and performances she’s given, has only seen ups. Yes, it was filmmaker Karan Johar who made Alia see Bollywood dreams, but from thereon, the young star has been in charge of her choices, on her own terms and consciously. Alia Bhatt has managed to win over her haters and it’s an outcome of her hard work and sincerity. People have time and again compared here to many yesteryear actresses and why not? When she’s on the silver screen, she sets it on fire and it’s hard to look away from this powerhouse of talent.
Alia Bhatt turns 29 today. So to celebrate her, we list down why she’s adored by all:
Yes, she was launched by KJo but her success is only hers to claim. She may have received the right platform for her debut, unlike many struggling actors who spend years looking for the right debut, but you cannot take away the fact that Alia has constantly proved herself with every film. From working with Imtiaz Ali to Sanjay Leela Bhansali, she is an experimental actor who has never hesitated in stepping out of her comfort zone.
She is relatable and knows how to laugh at herself. She became a meme and was trolled after her appearance on Koffee with Karan. But guess what Alia did? She teamed up with AIB for a video where she made fun of herself and her IQ. Now that is brave.
Alia has openly spoken about her feelings for her family, and has always held her parents, Mahesh Bhatt and Soni Razdan, in high regard. She always states that her father is her inspiration and her mother is her backbone. She was a constant support system for sister Shaheen Bhatt when she was dealing with anxiety and depression.
She’s the friend we all want to chill with. From being the perfect bridesmaid at her friends’ weddings, or being the perfect cheerleader to her friends and supporting them, Alia seems to be great company.
From SOTY to 2 States, Highway to Badri Ki Dulhania, Dear Zindagi to Gangubai Kathiawadi, is there ever a role she cannot rock?
Be it Vaidehi in Badrinath ki Dulhania, or Kaira in Dear Zindagi, or Gangu in Gangubai Kathiawadi, all her roles are real and empathatic. From her post-breakup showdowns to standing up for herself, the characters in Alia’s career have showcased the issues of every millennial. The roles she plays can be inspirational to young girls who know they need to stand up for the right cause.
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