Alia Bhatt is excited to work in a light-hearted film directed by Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari

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There is no stopping Alia Bhatt, and now that her latest film Raazi is going great guns at the box office the actress is on cloud nine. The Meghna Gulzar directed film earned Alia immense praise for her portrayal of the vulnerable Sehmat, a young girl who is a spy during the India-Pakistan war of 1971. However, there is one key factor in her choice of films that has gone clearly unnoticed. The young actress has been working with female directors almost on a back-to-back basis. Starting with Gauri Shinde’s Dear Zindagi, the actor has now worked with Meghna, wrapped up Zoya Akhtar’s Gully Boy and is all set to work with Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari.

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The film with Ashwiny was in talks for a long time and no official confirmation was coming forth. However, now Alia has given her nod and confirmed that she will be seen in Bareilly Ki Barfi director’s next film. Alia said, “I am definitely going to do a film with Ashwiny because she is a fabulous director. Although it (the film) is sort of confirmed, I am not saying it myself, because there will be an official announcement soon. They (Ashwiny and the film’s makers) have brought an extremely fun concept to me. I am really excited, as that’s going to be my breakaway film from all the serious ones (that I am doing). Ab main ek light-hearted film Karne wali hoon.”

The young actress is ruling hearts and the box office, with an amazing career graph till now and is one of the most successful and busiest actors right now. Alia will be seen in Brahmastra opposite rumoured boyfriend Ranbir Kapoor and will also be teaming up with Ranveer Singh in Gully Boy. Talking about whether she is satisfied with the kind of work she has done, Alia said, “Satisfaction comes from things that you do, right? So, I am satisfied with a lot of things that I am doing. I work very hard, and that makes me angry, irritated, tired and even sleep-deprived, but it still gives me satisfaction. Plus, I am very happy and content with the kind of people I am working with.”

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