Get Ready For Alia Dose: A Look Back On Her Films And Upcoming Projects :- Alia Bhatt is a name which doesn’t require any kind of introduction. If you are not living in a hut, you must have watched movies of this wonderful young kid on the block. Alia, daughter of Indian film director, producer, and screenwriter, Mahesh Bhatt, and Soni Razdan, a British-born Indian actress, and film director, is a recognized name in the film industry for bringing enormous power and distinction to her roles.
Alia Bhatt’s Upcoming Projects
- Started in the year 2012 as leading lady
Starting her career with a small role as a child artist in Akshay Kumar starrer Sangarsh (1999).Alia got the big deal when she was signed as the leading lady for Student Of The Year (SOTY, 2012), a Karan Johar Production, alongside Varun Dhawan and Siddharth Malhotra.
SOTY, where Alia enacted a role of young, bubbly, girl turned out to be a big hit but came no critical acclaim for any of the actors.
- First Offbeat film: Highway
Next, she signed Imtiaz Ali’s offbeat film Highway, where she portrayed the role of a teenage girl who develops Stockholm syndrome. A non-commercial film, Highway was very well received by the audience and critics. Alia got a lot applause for taking on a challenging role at such young age.
- Establishing herself: the rom-com bubbly actress
Next came, 2 States, a book adaptation of Chetan Bhagat’s novel by the same name and Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania, a love-drama by Karan Johar. Both of these movies went on to become huge hits and made Alia, a fair newcomer by then a household name.
- Oouch: Failing is necessary
The year 2015 saw Alia’s first failure, as Shandaar, a film with Shahid Kapoor failed to bring the audience to the theatre.
- The perfect girl next door
Then came, Kapoor & Sons (2016) alongside Siddharth Malhotra, Fawad Khan, and veterans like Rishi Kapoor, Ratna Pathak Shah, Rajat Kapoor, became a sleeper hit and grabbed good reviews from the critics.
- OMG: Award-winning performance
Udta Punjab, a film trapped in controversies, gave Alia the platform again after Highway to showcase her acting abilities and how she is not afraid of accepting challenging and unconventional roles.
- Can’t get enough of her
Gauri Shinde’s ‘Dear Zindagi’ made 2016 a hit for Alia, as the film received critical acclaim and love from the audience and proved to be a hit at box office. While reviewing Dear Zindagi on News18, Shomin Sen writes: ‘It is in fact, Alia Bhatt’s film and not SRK’s. The young actress is in top form and shines throughout. Not faltering even for a second, making the flawed Kaira very endearing.’
Badrinath Ki Dulhania (2017) also went to become a hit and kept Alia in the limelight.
Do you need more?
Alia has some amazing projects in store and is ready to give back to back powerful performances. She will be next seen in Meghna Gulzar’s ‘Raazi,’ Zoya Akhtar’s Gully Boy (Desi Rockstar), Karan Malhotra’s Shuddhi, Abhishek Varman’s Shiddat, and Mohit Suri’s Aashiqui 3, a franchise of hit Aashiqui brand.
Brahmastra by Ayan Mukherjee alongside Ranbir Kapoor is the talk of the town even though it will release in 2019.
Well, it seems all is too good for Alia!