These days Alia Bhatt busy with the promotion of Badrinath Ki Dulhaniya with Varun Dhawan.
Alia entered in Bollywood at the years of 19! Now, five years on, Alia feels she has grown.
So during the promotion of Badrinath Ki Dulhaniya, Alia was asked what kind of a bride will Alia be in reality? Does she have that rustic, rural shyness in her despite being an urban girl?
To which, Alia says, “I have not decided yet, but I may prefer a shant shaadi (peaceful wedding). It could be a court marriage, followed by a reception.”
After pondering over it for a while, she adds, “When I shall tie the knot is still unknown! It is indeed far away. In the meantime, I am keen on doing films with different concepts.”
Recounting an experience while photographing in a little town for BKD, Alia says, “I was awed by the timid nature of the young ladies going to smaller cities like Kota, etc., where we shot for the movie.
These girls were shy, still charged with vitality — it made me proud. Some other thing which appealed to me about these girls was that they would all easily give a tough competitor to the boys riding on scooters. The routine of girls riding scooters was much more in comparison to the boys!”
Talking about coyness, Alia discloses a secret about feeling shy for the first time in her life.“It may have been my third birthday.
My dad (Mahesh Bhatt) was busy with his film, Papa Kehte Hai. One day, Jugal Hansraj came home, and dad asked me, ‘Would you like to hear Jugal sing a song for you from the film?’ And you know, no sooner had Jugal begun singing the emotional and melodious number, Ghar se nikalte hi kuch door chalte hi, that I felt so shy I hid behind the curtains. Even today, when I see this video of mine, I start blushing!”