The news of Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor's affair didn't go quite well with their fans. They were not only surprised but shocked as nobody saw it coming. But as they say 'Jab miyan biwi razi toh kya karega qazi.' In her recent tête-à-tête with Vogue, Alia Bhatt opens up about her love life and also asserted that she fears that if she speaks much about her love life, her professional front will be judged.
Alia Fears Being Judged
Speaking about being judged, Alia said, "Actors, in general, are very vulnerable. Ours is the life on display for constant judgement. I'm very affected by judgements about my professional life. I even get worked up if my director is stressed about something."
She further added, "I can only act in front of one camera."
Alia Bhatt Calls Ranbir Her ‘Perfect’ One
When Vogue reminded her of her endearing monologue on dating in Dear Zindagi, "Is there someone like the one? What is this perfect one exactly? Mere liye toh koi perfect hona chahiye na," she says she avoids answering such questions because she fears that her work will take a backseat to her love life.
She says, "This invariably becomes the headline." But then she added that she thinks she has found the ‘perfect' one.
Alia Bhatt Says How Love Has Transformed Her Into A Beautiful Person
Alia Bhatt says after falling in love, she has become an affectionate and beautiful person. She further added, "I have stars and a halo on my head, and I'm walking around with rainbows. I like to keep it simple and sweet."
Alia Bhatt On Her First Love
Alia also revealed that the first time she fell in love was when she was in kindergarten. "I was smitten by a boy. We used to look at each other across the class,"
Alia On Her Work Front
Alia also talked about her upcoming film with Ranbir Kapoor, Brahmastra and said, "It's a play of imagination. It's my most action-heavy film, but it's a different kind of organic action, not dishoom-dishoom."
Is Brahmastra A Superhero Film?
Dismissing the rumours, Alia Bhatt said, "If you call it that, then people will imagine us running around the city in red underwear."
Alia’s Work Front
Apart from Brahmastra, Alia will be next seen in Karan Johar's Takht, Zoya Akhtar's Gully Boy and Abhishek Varman's Kalank.