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About Alia Bhatt

Alia Bhatt is an Indian actress who appears in Bollywood films. She is regarded as one of the most successful Bollywood Actress of recent times. She appeared in Forbes India’s Celebrity 100 list, and in 2017, she was featured by Forbes Asia in their 30 Under 30 list.

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  • Did you always want to act in films?
  • Has your life been affected by your stardom?
  • What does stardom mean to you?
  • What does the 100-Crore club mean to you?
  • What’s the best compliment that you’ve ever received?
  • Who’s your style icon?
  • How do you do justice to challenging roles?
  • In which areas do you still have to improve yourself?
  • As someone who has done decent singing in some films, why have you not recorded a song in Gully Boy which can be considered a musical?
  • Do you think movies like Gully Boy can do well in India? 
  • What matters when you choose a film?
  • Did you enjoy playing the role of a street smart character in Gully Boy?
  • How aware were you of underground music before signing Gully Boy?
  • How much of a shift in character was it from playing a serious role in Raazi to the chirpy, happy-go-lucky character in Gully Boy?
  • Do you keep an eye on the competition around you?
  • Do you think you grew up faster because you were always surrounded by people who were older than you?
  • How do you cope up with it once the filming is done?
  • Does the constant awareness of being a star become bothersome?
  • Do you think there’s a flawed system of nepotism in the industry?
  • What drives you to act?
  • What would you say is the worst thing about stardom?
  • What’s the hardest part about being yourself in this industry?
  • You’ve done quite a lot of interesting films at such a young age, like the phrase “too much, too soon” depicts. So do you think you’ll wear yourself down soon?
  • Did setting foot into the dark world of Udta Punjab’s main character leave a heavy impact on you?
  • What do you have to say to people who point out that you have had an easy route into the industry because of your family’s association with Bollywood?
  • How tough is it to do a role where you have less dialogues and have to be expressive with emotions on your face?
  • What attracted you to do Udta Punjab?
  • Growing up in a family associated with Bollywood, how tough was it for you to get used to the limelight?
  • What pushes to take on such comparatively vivid roles?
  • How do you approach your onscreen characters?
  • Do you believe in planning your career?
  • Which character that you’ve portrayed is closest to your heart?
  • Which kind of characters do you enjoy portraying the most?
  • Do box office numbers content you?
  • Do you feel after doing such powerful characters as Udta Punjab, Raazi and Dear Zindagi the audience won’t accept you as a typical heroine?
  • Where does the instinct to choose good offers come from?
  • Do you ever worry about burnout, especially since you started working so early in life?
  • Zoya Akhtar said you were the first choice to play the character of Safeena in Gully Boy. What was your reaction like when she approached you for the role?
  • Does success put pressure on you?
  • How competitive are you?
  • How do you get in and out of a character?
  • How important it is to take risks for an actor?
  • What are your view on the Indian Censor Board which almost blacked out Udta Punjab?
  • What are your earliest memory of movies as a child?
  • How do you deal with criticism?
  • Are you afraid of competition?
  • Do you have plans of doing Hollywood projects?
  • How important is family in a person’s successful career?
  • How has the glamour of the industry changed you as a person?
  • Did you always have a plan in mind about the kind of films you want to do?
  • Do you fear the constant attention that comes with being a star and being successful?
  • How was your experience working with Shah Rukh Khan?
  • How did your debut film Student Of The Year happen for you?
  • Did you lead a privileged childhood growing up as Mahesh Bhatt’s daughter?
  • Any role you’ve seen another actress play that you felt you should’ve done?
  • How did you deal with the disappointment of Udta Punjab almost not releasing because of the Indian Censor Board?
  • What is the best advice you’ve got?
  • Does people’s approval matter to you?
  • Do you prefer going into a character unrehearsed?
  • Would you miss the limelight when you are no longer in it?
  • How does it feel that directors today are writing scripts with you in mind?
  • After Highway and Udta Punjab, has it become easier now to pick a risky subject?
  • Which has been the most difficult movie that you’ve shot?
  • Does the success of unconventional movies like Highway and Udta Punjab give you the confidence to do more such films?
  • Your SOTY co-star Varun Dhawan has also explored the same unconventional path like you with movies such as Badlapur and October, do you think you need to do stand out movies to gain success nowadays?
  • With more and more actors opting to do unconventional roles, do you think these types of movies should be considered niche anymore?

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