Looks like travelling to and from two cities with different weather conditions took a toll on Alia Bhatt. The actress, who was shooting in the cool climes of Chandigarh for her next, Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhaniya with Varun Dhawan, had to fly down to Mumbai for a few hours for the launch of her forthcoming release 2 States.
The court actress was currently running a minor heat when she landed. She had to fly back to Chandigarh the same night so she could continue shooting with Varun.
However, by the time she achieved Chandigarh, her situation had worsened. Not only did the fever get more intense, a bad bout of cold and cough added to her woes. A doctor was called to be present at to her. Furthermore the medication, he also advised her to rest a couple of days. Consequently, Alia was ruled out of activity for two days and all shooting was cancelled. As a result of this, the routine was extended by another couple of days to complete the established scenes after she retrieved from the bad bout of viral fever.
Alia Bhatt and Tiger Shroff, who have both worked well in Sajid Nadiadwala’s creation, will now be converging jointly for his next challenge.
The filmmaker has evaluated Alia Bhatt in Highway, 2 States and debutant Tiger Shroff in Heropanti. So much is he satisfied with the duo that he wants to rope them for a romcom, the screenplay of which is being worked well on.
Sajid is presently working on his directorial debut ‘Kick’ starring Salman Khan and when he is done with it, will strategy the two of them.
In the beginning, it is revealed that he had spoken with the two actors and they have reacted positively.
In accordance to a leading daily, “After her amazing turn in Highwayand 2 States, both of which were provided by Sajid, he wants to score a hat-trick with Alia. He believes Tiger and she will make a sale able jodi, comfortable of Tiger’s as-yet-unseen star presence.”
Alia Bhatt is already using high on the success of ‘2 States’ which is inching closer towards Rs 100 cr club, while Tiger Shroff’s certainly not seen before activity sequences are making a lot of excitement and enjoyment for ‘Heropanti’ which is scheduled to release on May 16th this season.
Well, we can’t wait for duo to glow on screen collectively.
Actress Alia Bhatt says her father and filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt is possessive about her, but adds that he has taken her on-screen kissing with Arjun Kapoor in the forthcoming film “2 States” practically.
“Like every father, who don’t want their daughters to get married, even my father is the same,” Alia said in a group interview.
“Recently, my father told us (Alia and her sister Shaheen) you all can’t go anywhere, I will lock you up in a room. He is honest and blunt about the fact that he doesn’t want us to get married.
“He is not expressing just like that, he means it. He is very controlling and he doesn’t want me to get married. If my sister’s boyfriends get me some present, he would say – even I can get provides, I will get you two,” she added.
Currently, the actress is looking forward to her forthcoming film “2 States”.
She has a kissing scene in the film and when asked about her “possessive” father’s reaction on the same, she said: “But he knows I am acting …but, if I kiss my boyfriend in front of him, he will slap me.
“It’s in the scene and I am not doing it to aggravate him. It’s a family film and the scene is just for three seconds.”
Directed by Abhishek Verman, “2 States” is an edition of Chetan Bhagat’s bestseller of the same name and the actress has read the book three times.
She said: “I have to be as natural as possible. I read the book three times before we commenced shooting.”
Alia says that when she read the book for the first time, she felt it could be made into a good film.
“I knew Arjun was on board… but I never thought I will be part of the film. I got a call for a look test and the point being that I should look good with Arjun. I was hoping it comes to me and it did. It’s a big achievement for me,” she said.
The actress, who garnered rave reviews for her performance in her last release “Highway”, says there was a reason behind doing “2 States”.
“After ‘Highway’ I wanted people to say I am an actor and that I am not here to be a star. I would not like to be five or six films old …so I want to make sure I am an actor,” she said.