Alia Bhatt: Breaking The ‘Star Kid’ Stereotype | HZ Spotlight

Publish Date: 04 Aug, 2022 |

Alia Bhatt has demonstrated her versatility as an actor by occupying a central position in the Nepotism controversy and rising to the status of a millennial superstar. For more information on the actor, view this video!

Alia Bhatt: Breaking The ‘Star Kid’ Stereotype

Ever since Mahesh Bhatt’s daughter Alia Bhatt debuted in the Bollywood industry with Students of the Year, the actress has been carving her own niche while experimenting with her roles and discarding all the sophisticated and comfortable scripts. Alia took an extremely out of the box with ‘Highway’ in her initial career days and since then she has been a prime example on how she broke the stereotype revolving around the star kids and Nepotism debate. Alia is one of the most coveted actress of the Bollywood

Alia Bhatt’s journey from SOTY to Gangubai

There was always a possibility that Alia might enter the entertainment industry being the daughter of famed Bollywood director, producer, and screenwriter Mahesh Bhatt and former actress Soni Razdan. She made her acting debut as Student Of The Year's female protagonist in 2012, at the age of just 19, opposite fellow rookies Sidharth Malhotra and Varun Dhawan. With the success of the film, Alia gained widespread recognition.

Now, in Bollywood it’s really hard to come out from a typecast role but Alia managed it and she did it exceptionally well. 

She starred in several financially rewarding movies, including Highway, 2 States, and Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania. But in Highway, she utterly stole the show. Her career path deviates from the conventional trajectory of commercial films that also make a statement, as you can see if you look at it attentively. She does not only focus on commercial feasibility, but she is nonetheless crucial to a film's box office success.


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