Alia Bhatt is one of the most talented actress of all times in the Bollywood Industry. Her unique style of acting, movies after movies, keeps impressing all of us. The actress who started her career at a young age of 18 with the film Student Of The Year, has grown well now, not just in terms of age but also acting.
Today, give this versatile actress any role and she'll nail it by giving her all. This is something we've already seen. Be it a role of Mafia Queen Gangubai Kathiawadi or fearless spy Sehmat Khan, or Kidnapped girl Veera Tripathi or rich brat Shanaya and so on. She can deliver any role in the best way.
Her acting, however, isn't the only thing that keeps us hooked to her movies. It's also the lessons that her characters teach us that keep us deeply involved even long after the film has ended. Take a look at some of life-changing lessons taught by Alia Bhatt characters that make us admire her even more.
1. Veera Tripathi
In the film, Alia Bhatt played the role of Veera Tripathi, a girl who suffers from Stockholm Syndrome. She was kidnapped by a goon and during her days as a captive forms a bond with her kidnapper.
Her character taught us to be fearless. When she stood against her own family, we knew it takes a lot of courage. But she showed us that you shouldn't take anything that can make you lose your self-respect. She did what was right for herself.
Child Abuse cannot be justified. But neither can not taking a stand against it!
2. Sehmat Khan
When Alia Bhatt stepped into the fresh territory to play the role of a spy, Sehmat Khan, it left us all charmed. Sehmat's character captures the audience with grim determination and heroic demeanour.
For Sehmat, 'Watan ke aage kuch nahi,' was more than a feeling; it was a deep emotion. She had an eternal love for her husband Iqbal. Every time I see them, they remind me of how ironic love can be.
Movie- Dear Zindagi
With Dear Zindagi, Alia Bhatt gave one of her best and most honest performances. Dear Zindagi was a story about Kaira, a young woman who was trying to balance her work with her emotions, but somehow not doing the best with it.
Kaira taught us a valuable lesson: it's okay not to be okay, but at the very least, you should be aware of your genuine feelings. Mental health issues cannot be treated by medication, but they can be cured by communication. Kaira taught me vibrant colours of life. She also taught me to open up and enjoy the lovely life.
Movie- Student Of The Year
Shanaya was the diva of her school, yet she was soft-hearted and down-to-earth, contrary to popular belief that divas are rude and arrogant. She displayed that rich brats are not always the rude type, and that they may be helpful and caring.
She taught us the importance of being expressive at all costs. She taught us that the most important thing in a relationship is to express love and stand up for it when necessary. After all, that is exactly what love is!
5. Tia Malik
Movie- Kapoor & Sons
Tia Malik is a beautiful, fun-loving, but mature young lady who has been through a terrible experience in the past!
She taught us how to draw a line between childishness and maturity and gave a life lesson that life is never a bed of roses, so why not embrace the thorns and live for ourselves for a change?
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