It’s not easy being a star in your early 20s. It’s not something everyone can handle. It’s really not an age thing, it has more to do with one’s personality. Or perhaps genes. Which is why Mahesh Bhatt’s daughter Alia Bhatt comes across as a grounded person. She is at a stage in her career where every actor wants to work with her, brands are chasing her to endorse their products as she has a huge connect with the youth and most filmmakers are impressed with her range of acting. Above all she is versatile, from a film with Randeep Hooda to SRK, she has it all. Here, she talks about everything on her mind right now.
Not entirely. Like I miss things like walking on the road or going to many places that I would go to earlier.. like a restaurant. My favourite restaurants have changed and my fav haunts have become more high-end now… Those particular addas I used to go to, I can’t now… I can’t go and sit in a coffee shop as it gets crazy! But then it’s not like that I have a problem with it. I love my life and have no complaints whatsoever!
I can’t be as honest as I want to be. Sometimes you want to say things, but you can’t say them? I am forthright like that, but then, I also try to be a little correct about what I say. Many times, a lot of sentiment is involved. I am someone whose opinions change from time to time. Like one journalist told me the last time I told her I worry about the fat on my toe! I am like ‘Oh God! That’s so not me right now.’ I am worried about other things now. Like for me, now, it’s about how internally fit I am, or how my skin is looking or how my hair feels, what my energy level is at the end of the day, how I feel getting up early in the morning. I like waking up at 7 am today and sleeping at 10.30 pm. I have always been an early riser, but it’s a routine I want to follow.happy wheels
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