Alia Bhatt reveals Valuable Insights learnt from B-Town Icons Shah Rukh Khan, Karan Johar, and Sanjay Leela Bhansali
Alia Bhatt is undoubtedly one of the most finest actresses of the Bollywood industry. Over the course of her successful career, the Mahesh Bhatt daughter has proved her innate acting caliber through movies nearly of every genre from rom-com cults to intense drama and from action to utter comedy, she paved her glamorous career by her own way. The actress has made her breakthrough into the glimpsy tinsel town through the Karan Johar's iconic movie 'Student of the Year' and ever since, there's no looking back and awestrucked everyone with some of the most refined Bollywood creations of the modern world.
Valuable insights learnt from Bollywood's biggest icons
After spending almost a decadence in the B-town industry she has worked with every big stars and filmmakers. Recently, during an interview, the actress revealed some of the most valuable lessons she learnt while working with Indian movie icons such as Shah Rukh khan, Karan Johar and Sanjay Leela Bhansali. To be more specific, Alia worked with Karan multiple times in films such as Student of the Year, Kalank and Rocky aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani. Alia also shared the leading role with Shah Rukh Khan in 'Dear Zindagi' and worked with filmmaker, Sanjay Leela Bhansali in 'Gangubai Kathiawadi'.
Alia on SRK, Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Karan Johar
While sharing her experiences during the interview she marked on the icons and started off with Shah Rukh Khan. "With Dear Zindagi, I learnt so much from Shah Rukh Khan. He made such an impact on the way I am and how I behave on set. His behavior, respect, inclination towards everything in a scene—I learnt a lot from that," she quoted. While changing her course of varying lesson with Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Alia revealed how the whole experience felt like a 'back-in-school' moment. Adding to her statement she continued, "Once you walk out of a Sanjay Leela Bhansali set, you’re no longer the same person. Like Ranveer says, you’ve been - Bhansali-fied(chuckles). It’s working with the people who make you more prepared for the next journey, but it’s not like you’ll ever have the answers. You’ll learn with each film as long as you’re open and you’ve walked onto the set deciding that you don’t have all the answers." She further said, "I learnt imagination. I learnt guts. I learnt the freedom of knowing that anything is possible in front of a camera and nothing is permanent."
The Gangubai actress then threw her lessons of light on filmmaker Karan Johar and spoke unabashedly about her glitzy godfather. According to the actress, Karan Johar has taught him the lessons of decorum, behavior, respect, and understanding.
Meanwhile speaking about her work front, Alia Bhatt was last seen in gen-z's ultimate romantic drama 'Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani' helmed by karan Johar and also made her recent Hollywood debut through Netflix movie 'Heart of Stone' alongside actress Gal Gadot. Her upcoming movie includes Vasan Bala’s 'Jigra' which will be produced under the banner of Dharma Production.
- PTC PUNJABI