Let us look at Alia Bhatt’s best performances to date.
Alia Bhatt is regarded as one of Bollywood’s most prominent actresses. Her upcoming film Gangubai is the talk of the town now, and fans are expecting a spectacular performance for her. And why not?
The trailer of Gangubai looks promising, and people hope high for her to do justice to the character. She has shown her range as an actress in several roles, from Shanaya Singhania in ‘Student of The Year’ to Gangubai in ‘Gangubai Kathiawadi.’ Her beauty, charming personality, and versatile acting skills are complemented by her remarkable ability to select the most fitting scripts.
Ahead of Gangubai release, let us look at Alia Bhatt’s best performances on his birthday.
Raazi is a brilliant spy thriller set during the Indo-Pak war in 1971 which tells the story of an undercover RAW agent named Sehmat Khan who gets married into a Pakistani family to gather some intel. Alia enthralled everyone in the audience with her stunning portrayal of Sehmat, as a strong, powerful, and unconventional woman.
In his directorial debut, Abhishek Choubey explores the sensitive subject of drug abuse in Punjab in a very cinematic way. Alia played a naive Bihari girl who wants to be a hockey player but gets sucked into the world of drug addiction. Her body language, and expressions embodied the character with honesty, maturity, and perfection.
‘Highway’ is a brilliant road drama written and directed by Imtiaz Ali that explores many aspects of human emotions and psychology. Alia Bhatt played the role of Veera Tripathi in this movie, a young woman suffering from Stockholm Syndrome who develops a bond with her kidnapper. This movie is heart-warming, and Alia’s empathetic portrayal of the character on screen is commendable.
Although the movie is primarily about Murad (played by Ranveer Singh) and his journey to becoming a globally celebrated star, Alia Bhatt as Safeena is also the film’s highlight. Her portrayal of Safeena on-screen conveyed the character’s intensity, boldness, and humour. Moreover, her on-screen chemistry with Ranveer Singh is adorable and will definitely put a smile on your face.
Alia Bhatt’s film ‘Dear Zindagi’ is definitely one of the most influential films in her career. It teaches us how to fight against challenges and live a happy life with whatever we have. Kaira, a young lady, struggling with emotional issues and finally seeking help from a therapist, is a compelling character that will leave you spellbound. In addition, Alia Bhatt and Shahrukh Khan share beautiful and heart-breaking chemistry in this movie.
Two States was much more than a sweet love story inspired by actual events. It was joyful, romantic, and visually stunning. Alia Bhatt served up a character who is as relatable as she is inspiring as Ananya Swaminathan, a South Indian girl who falls in love with a Punjabi boy. She is a modern woman who fights for love but stays true to her roots.
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Vaidehi, a girl from Kota who dared to elope from her marriage at the cost of her parents’ reputation, her sister’s wedding, and a boy’s heartbreak. She played the role of a strong independent woman who is not ready to compromise with her dreams at any cost. Alia caught the accent right and did not disappoint the audience.
So, from which film did Alia become your favourite?