Actresses and actors going under the knife, to enhance their beauty is pretty common in the glamour and glitz world. Several actors have opted for cosmetic surgery in the past but recently, a newbie in Bollywood revealed that she once contemplated having cosmetic surgery. She is Jawaani Jaaneman debutante Alaya F. In a recent interview, Alaya F said that she had considered cosmetic surgery for her nose. Pooja Bedi’s daughter candidly confessed about the same but also said that she dropped the idea because she thinks ‘it’s so damn pointless’.
During an appearance on Zoom TV’s By Invite Only, Alaya said, “Yes, I have. I have considered it, I have not done it. I think everyone has been like, ‘Maybe I should do…’ It is the smallest thing, I don’t even know if people can see it. So, this side of my nose is the nice one (shows right profile), this one (showing the left side) has a slight bump here. It’s like the tiniest thing in the world.” However, Alaya added, “I’ll probably never do it because it’s so damn pointless.” When the host told her that he does not see what she is talking about, referring to the supposed flaw, she replied, “Most people don’t, but it’s okay.”
On the occasion of International Dance Day, the actress talked about her love for the art form to SpotboyE.com. “Everyone knows that I wasn't a very good dancer at first but then I did a lot of dance classes, went through a lot of dance teachers and found the correct ones. I learnt different dance forms and now, I honestly cannot imagine my life without dance,” she asserted
On the professional front, Alaya F was last seen opposite Saif Ali Khan in Jaawani Jaaneman. However, the actor also revealed that she lost two films during the lockdown. ALSO READ: Alaya F On Winning Filmfare Best Debut Award: 'My Mother Was Asleep, Next Day She Scolded Me For Not Waking Her Up To Share The News'- EXCLUSIVE
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