Alia Bhatt Doesn't Talk About Her Work Life With Family?

Alia Bhatt Doesn't Talk About Her Work Life With Family?

Alia Bhatt says her parents and the public find out about her projects at the same time. While the actress shares an extremely close bond with both her parents, she recently made a confession that put everyone on the back seat
Alia Bhatt Doesn't Talk About Her Work Life With Family?
Alia Bhatt

Alia Bhatt has fast become a household name in Bollywood. And, there is much more to that pretty face – her acting prowess and hard work. The 26-year-old star is currently shooting for Ayan Mukerji's Brahmastra opposite real life beau Ranbir Kapoor but is also simultaneously working on her father Mahesh Bhatt’s forthcoming directorial, Sadak 2. While she shares an extremely close bond with both her parents and has often called them her support system on public forums, she recently made a confession that put everyone on the back seat. According to Alia, she rarely talks about her professional live with Mahesh Bhatt or her mother Soni Razdan.

“Now that I am working with my father for the first time in Sadak 2, we have involved ourselves professionally as well but we really stay away from talking and getting work back home. You will be surprised, sometimes my dad and mom find out about the things I am doing at the same time that the public finds out about it! Because we really have no time to sit, discuss and talk about what I am doing. It’s quite strange," she said in a recent interview.

When Alia was asked how she handles success at the peak of her career, the Student of the Year star mentioned, “It doesn’t go to your head, if you are aware that the only permanent thing in life is change. What I need to do is keep my head down and keep working hard. There will be good days and bad ones too. I am living my dream. I don’t believe I’m entitled to anything. I work hard for what I achieve. When I achieve it, I kind of park it in my little pocket, and continue to move on.” Alia was last seen in Kalank, which did not fare well at the box office, or with film critics.

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