Published: Sun, May 13, 2018
Technology | By Christopher Mann

Raazi: Alia Bhatt Was Nervous About Mom Soni Razdan 'Memorising Her Lines'

Raazi: Alia Bhatt Was Nervous About Mom Soni Razdan 'Memorising Her Lines'

This is also the first collaboration between real life mother daughter Alia and Soni.

Now, with Raazi as well, where she plays a simple Indian girl from Kashmir, who is trained to become a spy and married off to a Pakistani Army man, Alia has left everyone awed with her performance.

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After delivering power-packed performances in films like Highway and Udta Punjab, Alia Bhatt is back with Meghna Gulzar's espionage drama Raazi.

Of celebrating Mother's Day, Alia said: "To me, Mother's Day is one of those days when I get to see a lot of Mother's Day greeting cards". In-fact, I have no doubts that in today's time, Alia Bhatt is the second most successful actress of the industry after Deepika Padukone and if she continues her success streak with films like Kalank and Brahmastra, that day isn't far when she attains the number one spot in this industry. It gets really hard for me to take out time for her and I feel really bad about that. I wanted her to be superb. She has taken risks while choosing her films and roles and has consistently performed well, setting cash registers ringing more often than none.

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"I think the biggest aspect of doing a film is that you have to be a good student of a director and whatever directors demands from you, you should be able to give that because it's a director's film and we are just actors who take forward the vision of the director and writer", said the Student of the Year actress.

Alia Bhatt says that she feels really happy when she makes people cry through her films.

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Raazi also stars Vicky Kaushal, Rajit Kapur, Shishir Sharma and Jaideep Ahlawat.

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