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“I Always Dreamt Of Becoming An Actress”: Alia Bhatt

Alia Bhatt, who will be seen making her début with the much anticipated flick, Student Of The Year. The actress who is just 19, is also the daughter of producer Mahesh Bhatt. The cute actress feels that age dose not matter when it come to acting.

In an interview, ALia was talking about how she has always dreamt of becoming an actress. She said: “There are actresses who started working at a very young age. Like my sister (Pooja Bhatt) started working when she was 17. So age doesn’t matter.”

“I had decided to become an actress when I was much younger. It was a conscious decision. I just didn’t know it would happen as soon as I finish my college,” Alia said.

The young débutante also added that she hadn’t taken any training in acting for the auditions of the film.

Alia said: “I have no experience about films and acting. I have not done any training. So my whole stint has been a learning experience. I didn’t even know the ‘A’ of acting.”

“As I had no training, it was a very new experience for me. For the first few days I was a bit nervous and would keep to myself but then eventually we all opened up and it was a lot of fun. But I must say the production house (Dharma Productions) made me feel very comfortable,” Alia said.

Student Of The Year will hit screens on October 19. The film also stars model, Siddharth Malhotra and director David Dhawan’s son, Varun Dhawan.

1 Comment

  1. Naveed

    October 16, 2012 at 4:29 pm

    There is nothing wrong in dreaming but maintaining it at this tender age will be very challenging. Age does matter. You are too young to start acting in leading role. You should stay at school/college/University for a few more years and get a good baggage of education under your belt before you venture out. It shows how immature these star kids can be; at least their parents should advise them. Sonam Kapoor’s record/fate should have been an eye opener for you. I feel so sorry for all those who were auditioned for the role; no doubt they have gone through the proper channel, graduate, school of acting commercial acting etc. but sadly lack that Bollywood connection to make it into the limelight. I think KJ has been very unfair to hundreds of talents and chose you for the wrong reason. Today you are shouting from roof top about age because you want to bag a film with mature actors like the Khan, Kumar. Learn how to walk before you leap.That’s kids for you.

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