We all know that Alia Bhatt and Shahrukh Khan are doing Gauri Shinde's next film. But you will be surprised to know that Alia is a die-hard fan of Shahrukh Khan and as a kid she loved dancing to his songs. And if that is not all, the diva recently revealed that when his film Kuch Kuch Hota Hai was released, she got the same hairstyle that Kajol had in the movie.
Talking about the same, Alia Bhatt told HT, ''There used to be so many songs that I would dance to. I would dance to songs like 'Yeh ladka hai deewana' and 'Koi mil gaya'. In fact, not many know that I even got the same haircut that Kajol sported in the film.''
Alia Bhatt recently revealed that she loves Shahrukh Khan. She also said that she does not need apsychiatrist when she has SRK's songs.
(In pic-Farah, Anushka, Shahrukh, Alia and Karan Johar)
Alia And Shahrukh's Film
Alia Bhatt and Shahrukh Khan are working together for the first time in Gauri Shinde's film and Alia is very excited about it.
(In Pic-Anushka Sharma, Karan Johar, Shahrukh Khan, Farah Khan and Alia Bhatt)
Alia Bhatt Jokes
Alia Bhatt also talked about the jokes made on her, ''I think people are a bit bored of those jokes now. Probably, they've realised that there are other people too.''
(In Pic-Alia, Kareena, Shahrukh, Karisma)
''Whenever someone else [from the industry] makes a stupid statement, it's like, "Oh Alia, don't worry. You are no longer the dumbest person in the world." I am like, "Thank you,''' she added.
(In Pic-SRK and Alia)
SRK And Alia Bhatt
Shahrukh Khan and Alia Bhatt's film's shooting will start by the end of January. The movie is produced by Shahrukh Khan's very good friend Karan Johar.
''I would also perform to some tracks from Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995) and even to 'Bole chudiyaan' from Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham (2001),'' she said.
Alia Bhatt further added, ''I've been dancing to 'Gerua' (a song from SRK's film Dilwale) in my bathroom since its release. Whenever I like a new song, I play it on loop and dance to it. That's my therapy. I don't need a psychiatrist when I have SRK's songs.''
When asked about Shaandaar's failure, Alia Bhatt said, ''I don't regret doing that film. When I signed it, I did so based on the script, and not because it was a film being made by Vikas (Bahl; director), who directed Queen (2014). So, now if Vikas comes to me, I am not going to say, "I won't work with you, as we did a film together, which didn't work." That would be wrong on my part. I still stand by my film. Sometimes things work out well and sometimes they don't. But the experience will always be special.''