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Alia Bhatt all desperate to do a good biopic
Alia Bhatt may be in the news on account of the limbo of her Salman Khan film 'Inshallah'.
Alia Bhatt may be in the news on account of the limbo of her Salman Khan film 'Inshallah'. Yet, that hasn't stopped the actress from looking out for good movies. There is the buzz that constantly hungry for a good role, Alia Bhatt is as of now exploring for a decent biopic. Alia's resume has everything from a massy hinterland film (Badrinath arrangement), to her last release the overhyped and undervalued period film 'Kalank'.
Alia contemporaries like Deepika Padukone and Parineeti Chopra are doing biopics now. The former is playing an acid attack victim how great she would be at playing a character she can consider Lakshmi in 'Chhapaak while Parineeti has replaced Shraddha Kapoor in the Sania Nehwal Biopic.
Biopics have their own appeal and Alia Bhatt would be most extreme equity to the class. A source uncovers that the Actress has put the word on the tinsel town road that she's searching for a decent biopic and if its all the same to anything comes to her direction she is saying yes.
It is interesting to see what Alia picks as her first biopic and how she handles the film. There is a discussion that Sanjay Bhansali will revive 'Inshallah' and replace Salman with an alternate entertainer. Apart from 'Inshallah', Alia is additionally dealing with Ayan Mukerji's uber spending dream show 'Bramhastra'. Is Bollywood listening in to Alia's plea?