Alia Bhatt turns 30 this month, and has added so much to her name at this young age. Known for her acting prowess, versatility, skill to sink into any character and beauty, incredible actor Alia Bhatt has donned many hats through her career. From Shanaya to Badru, Alia has come a long way and enjoys a massive fan following across the globe. Unstoppable, successful, and limitless, Alia is indeed the queen of our hearts and the industry.
Let’s take a look at 5 impactful dialogues from our Alia Bhatt’s incredible repertoire
Maa ka naam kaafi nahi hai na? Chalo baap ka naam Devanand…
With the fierce and the subtle underlay to deconstruct patriarchy Alia delivers the dialogue with a smile on her face. The dialogue alone gives a gist of what women fight against on a daily basis. (Movie: Gangubai Kathiawadi)
Inke saath wahi karungi jo yeh mere sath kiye. Ditto. Aur aaj ke baad iss ghar me sirf ek ka haath uthega!
After being abused and violated domestically for years Badru (Alia Bhatt) finally stands for herself. With an amazing dialogue that ignites the spirit, Badru definitely will bring chills down the spine. (Movie: Darlings)
Lekin sab kuch thik raha toh apka liver transplant kar sakti hun
The way Alia Bhatt’s character, Safeena tackles a forced meeting with a boy’s family for a potential matchmaking session, it alone depicts the witty and fearless attitude the character carries in the movie. (Movie: Gully Boy)
Dear Zindagi, Is it okay to not be okay?
The long due focus on mental health was the main concept that the movie revolves on. With her revoking dialogue, Kaira (Alia Bhatt) diminishes the taboo around not being okay. This question normalizes that coming in terms with not being okay might be the most powerful thing you do today! (Movie: Dear Zindagi)
Watan ke aage kuch nahi..Khud bhi nahi..
The love and pride for the nation that we witness throughout the movie in Alia Bhatt’s character can be summed up in this one dialogue. (Movie: Raazi)