Actors sometimes get obsessed with the characters they play and it becomes difficult for them to get over them even after the shoot! Look, who is on that possessed list recently!
It's none other than the gorgeous Alia Bhatt who made a promising debut through Karan Johar's 2012 hit Student of the year. The actress, who is the daughter of famous filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt, tweeted, "2 States! It's been beautiful and exciting. Will miss playing the Ananya Swaminathan. Too emotional today."
Well, Ananya Swaminathan is the female lead of Chethan Bhagath's 2009 novel '2 States: The Story of My Marriage'. The character, interestingly, is based on Chetan's wife and the novel's story is inspired from Chetan's life as well. Alia will be seen as an IIM graduate Iyengar girl in the movie. It looks like Alia is gone deep into the soul of Ananya Swaminathan and that might be her reason for missing her so much.
Anyway, her dad, Mahesh Bhatt, comforted her through tweet, replying, "My experience says that when the principal actor 'weeps' when a film is over, the maker smiles. This means your film is a hit." Her reply was also as dramatic and emotional as her dad's tweet, "Well I hope I weep today then like I always do. Love you."
A lot of expectation is riding on the film Two States as all the movies based on Chetan Bhagat's novels were hits. This humour filled love story of a Punjabi boy and Tamil girl, and the following cultural clashes between their families may even touch 100 crore mark if lady luck smiles on it. And if Mahesh Bhatt's theory is right, the film will be a Blockbuster as it had its principal actor weep even after its shoot.