Alia Bhatt pleaded with Ayan Mukerji to cast opposite Ranbir in Brahmastra

In a recent interview, the 'Kalank' actress revealed that she pleaded with filmmaker Ayan Mukerji to cast her opposite Ranbir in Brahmastra.

Alia Bhatt pleaded with Ayan Mukerji to cast opposite Ranbir in Brahmastra Alia Bhatt pleaded with Ayan Mukerji to cast opposite Ranbir in Brahmastra Source : Press

Bollywood star Alia Bhatt has always been a big fan of her beau Ranbir Kapoor and did everything possible to cast herself opposite Ranbir in Brahmastra. In a recent interview, the 'Kalank' actress revealed that she pleaded with filmmaker Ayan Mukerji to cast her opposite Ranbir in Brahmastra.

She said, "The idea for Brahmastra was conceived long back when Ayan had just done Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani. I wanted to work with him and I have always wanted to work with Ranbir as well. I pleaded to Ayan that please cast me with him." The actress also about Ranbir's talent and how he is just like her when it comes to acting.

Alia Bhatt

Alia said, "With Ranbir, it is a completely different experience because I have always admired him. He is my favorite actor since he made his debut. He will always remain my favorite because he is so honest and effortless. When I set to work with him, I was thinking that I will understand his process of acting, but there's no process. He is like me, he acts in front of the camera, and suddenly off camera, he is seen eating chocolates or chatting, wanting to know what is the gossip for the day. He is very hard working, so effortless and that is the beauty."

She also talked about her Gully Boy co-star Ranveer Singh and Kalank co-star Varun Dhawan. "It is very different with each one of them. Ranveer's energy is on an another level. We shared a very special bond. It was very new. There was lot of admiration, lot of excitement for both of us. I genuinely love him. He is a gem of a person. I actually feel that Ranveer and I am very similar. Varun is like my right arm. We have a strong connect. I understand what he means even before he says it. We instinctively act together. It is like an unsaid thing. We almost see the imaginary waves going through the two of us."

Alia Bhatt

After Kalank, Alia will now be seen in Brahmastra which releases in December. She will also begin working on Karan Johar's directorial, Takht later this year. After that, she has her father Mahesh Bhatt's Sadak 2 with Aditya Roy Kapur, Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Inshallah with Salman Khan and SS Rajamouli's RRR with Ajay Devgn.


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