"Kavya (in the first film) is younger, more naive, simpler character. She has one aim in life, to get married, in a lehenga. Whereas Vaidehi (in Badri) wants to fly, Ashe doesn't want to only get married. She is a strong, mature, ambition driven, more feminist kind of character," Alia told the media.
Alia also spoke about her preference for spontaneity when co-star Varun Dhawan revealed that the Udta Punjab actress doesn't like too many rehearsals for a scene.
"I am my most honest self if I don't know what I am doing . So if I have forgotten what I have done in the take then that means I have gone with the natural flow, else it becomes mechanical," she added.
Directed by Shashank Khaitan, Badrinath Ki Dulhania will release ahead of Holi on March 10.