Sunday December 15, 2019

Alia Bhatt Believes That Most of Her Films Are Enjoyed Across All Age Groups

The whole cast and crew of the movie are extremely delighted and looking forward for everyone to see the movie

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Actress Alia Bhatt seen at an event. Wikimedia Commons

Actress Alia Bhatt, who delivered a power-packed performance in Raazi last year, is now looking forward to the release of projects like Gully Boy and Brahmastra. She believes her movies appeal to audiences across all age groups, including children. Nevertheless, she would love to do a film specifically for children.

“I would definitely love to do a (children’s) project if I do get the opportunity to. I feel the kids connect with me through the various projects that I take on. I would like to think that most of my films are enjoyed across age groups,” Alia told IANS in an email.

The actress recently won the Favorite Movie Actor (Female) award at the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards 2018, to be aired on January 6 on Nickelodeon. “I think kids have chosen me to have the iconic Nickelodeon blimp this year because they too can enjoy the characters that I play on the screen,” Alia added.
Alia Bhatt, Wikimedia

Since Bramhastra is a sci-fi movie, how interesting will it be for children?

“The movie is for all age groups and will be an interesting watch for children as well. I am looking forward to the reactions to the film,” said Alia, who is equally excited for Gully Boy. The Ranveer Singh-Alia starrer is going to premiere at the Berlin Film Festival.

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“I’m very excited for it. The efforts put in the movie by Zoya (director Zoya Akhtar), Farhan (Farhan Akhtar) and the cast has paid off. The whole cast and crew of the movie are extremely delighted and looking forward for everyone to see the movie,” said the actress, who is currently in New York. (IANS)

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“My Dad Has Never Trusted My Scripts”, Says Salman Khan

Salman took up the role of cop Chulbul Pandey in 2010 with "Dabangg". He returns as the maverick police officer in "Dabangg 3" on December 20

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Salman recalled: "I hardly ever shared scripts with him because he never trusted my scripts. Woh bus kehte the pitegi (he would just say that the film will be a flop)". Wikimedia Commons

Salman Khan says his father and famous screenwriter, Salim Khan, never trusted the superstar’s scripts.

Salman and the team of his upcoming film “Dabangg 3” recently shot for “The Kapil Sharma Show”.

Kapil asked Salman if he shows his scripts to his father before finalising them. Salman said: “I didn’t narrate him the entire script of ‘Dabangg 3’ but I told him half of the script towards the end, and he very much loved it.”

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Salman Khan says his father and famous screenwriter, Salim Khan, never trusted the superstar’s scripts. Wikimedia Commons

Salman recalled: “I hardly ever shared scripts with him because he never trusted my scripts. Woh bus kehte the pitegi (he would just say that the film will be a flop).”

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Salman took up the role of cop Chulbul Pandey in 2010 with “Dabangg”. He returns as the maverick police officer in “Dabangg 3” on December 20. (IANS)