Alia Bhatt is all set the charm her fans with her powerful role in Udta Punjab. The actress recently talked about the toughest thing about her role in the movie.
Alia Bhatt told Bollywood Life, ''The physicality of the role wasn't the tough bit. The toughest part was that there was no reference of the character for me. I had no natural instinct to work with - like things I would improvise naturally... The way they look at you is different also, like a little deadpan expression in the eyes, mouth is kind of droopily open.''
She further added, ''I don't know that. That's not the kind of person I am. In Kapoor & Sons, even though I am not like Dia, at least I could relate to something in her. Here, there was nothing to relate to and that was the most difficult part. It was all created in my head because I have never been through situations like this. It's been the most difficult role that I have ever played.''
''I have never gone cold, hungry, sleepless... Or been in a situation where you don't know what's going to happen next in your life or your next meal is coming from or also that the opportunities in your life are so basic. For me, I had no reference, so it was all through Abhishek's words, Sudip's (Sharma) writing - everything that was written as per her character, I made myself a sketch in my head and performed accordingly,'' Alia Bhatt revealed.