Alia Bhatt is currently busy shooting for her next film Sadak 2 with father Mahesh Bhatt. The film marks Mahesh Bhatt’s directorial comeback after 20 years and is special to Alia. The actress went missing from the recently held Vogue Women Of The Year Awards 2019. Although she could not make an appearance at the awards night, Alia turned cover girl for Vogue’s latest cover. The actress took to her social media to share a jaw-dropping picture of herself from the underwater photoshoot and she looks ethereal.
After wrapping up the Mumbai schedule of Sadak 2, the Kalank actress is currently in Mysore, Karnataka along with the Sadak 2 team shooting for the film. Today, Alia took to her Instagram to share a rather eye-grabbing and enthralling picture of herself. Sharing the picture, Alia captioned it, “I must be a mermaid, I have no fear of depth and a great fear of shallow living" ~ Anais Nin.” Shot by photographer Sumer Verma, Alia’s look for Vogue is styled by Anaita Shroff Adajania. The actress manages to look like a mermaid as she rushes with the long wavy swimsuit in the underwater photo shoot. In the picture, Alia looks ethereal as she poses with grace in the neon green swimsuit, looking ravishing as ever. (Also Read: Confirmed! Alia Bhatt's Next With Sanjay Leela Bhansali Titled Gangubai Kathiawadi, Film To Release On September 11, 2020)
Alia shot for the Women of the Year 2019 (and the men we love) edition of Vogue India magazine. The actress has kept her calm and composture in the picture and rocks at it.
Meanwhile, Bhatt recently took to her social media to share pictures with her sister Pooja Bhatt. The actress called her comfortable picture with step-sister Pooja Bhatt from Mysore, “Priceless memories with the big sister.”
On the work front, Alia Bhatt has films Sadak 2, Ayan Mukerji’s Brahmastra and S.S Rajamouli’s RRR.
Image source: Instagram/Alia Bhatt, Vogue India
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