Alia Bhatt has moved to a new flat. Now, she does not live with her parents. The 25-year-old, Alia is one of the best Bollywood actresses of this era. On the occasion of mother’s day, Alia’s mother, Soni Razdan talked about Alia’s decision of living separate and she also talked about how she supported her. Soni has also shared the screen with Alia in the movie Raazi.
Soni Razdan Talked About Alia Bhatt
Soni Razdan said, “Now she doesn’t live with me. She has shifted to her new flat. I can understand the reason behind her decision. She is quite dedicated to her work and she usually has to meet new people for new projects so she needed her own space. Moreover, she has many friends who usually come to her new house. I miss her a bit as my day used to start with morning tea with her and we used to chit-chat a lot.”
“Alia Was A Naughty Girl In Her Childhood”
She further continued, “Alia was a naughty girl right from the childhood. She was sincere. Alia used to go out, play in the garden and used to talk with other children in the building. She loved to play the games.
She Was A Topper
“Alia loved playing tennis and squash. She learned dancing from Shiamak Davar. She would participate in the dance shows. Moreover, she loved to participate in school drama. She was a topper. I used to be shocked as I never saw her studying.”
About The Relationship Rumors
Talking about the rumors of Alia’s relationships, Soni said, “I like reading about Alia in the newspapers and day after day there are rumors about her relationship status. She tells everything to me so I usually laugh at these rumors.”
Soni Razdan Supported Alia Every Time
Undoubtedly, Soni Razdan has supported Alia every time and she has a huge contribution to Alia’s career. She told about the time when Alia needed her support the most. She said, “Back in 2012, she was shooting for her debut movie, Student Of The Year and she got her ankle badly sprained. Her foot was covered in plaster and she had trouble walking. That was the time when she needed my support the most.”
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