- Alia Bhatt has turned 29
- Alia and Katrina share a warm bond
- Katrina will be next seen in Tiger 3
Happy Birthday, Alia Bhatt. As she turns 29 today, her friends, family and fans can't help but mark the day with something special. And, now, Katrina Kaif has penned a heartwarming note for Alia. Katrina, who has signed up to appear alongside Alia in the film Jee Le Zaraa, has shared an adorable photo of the birthday girl on Instagram Stories. Along with this, she wrote, "Happy happy happiest, darling Alia Bhatt." Katrina added, "May you reach new heights and break all barriers. The sky is the limit." To jazz up the post, Katrina has picked a colourful sticker that read "Happy Birthday". Take a look:
Alia Bhatt has also received a special note from Karan Johar. Calling Alia his “very own Brahmastra”, KJo wrote, “My darling Alia, there is so much love that I feel for you while I write this but also so much respect - respect for your immense talent, your incredible growth as an artist and your ability to be so real through all the beats of your life. 10 years ago, I didn't know that one day I could proudly call you my very own Brahmastra…my weapon of love and of abundant joy.”
“Happy birthday my darling, shine bright always. Thank you for being you and for being the wind beneath the wings of this labour of love…Love you always and forever,” Karan Johar added. The moving note was shared along with the first look poster of Alia's character in the upcoming sci-fi movie Brahmastra. The Ayan Mukerji directorial is slated to release on September 9, 2022.
On her birthday, Alia Bhatt has penned a special post too. Do you think that's weird? Well, we don't think so. Instead, we are all crazy about her birthday post. Why? Because she has revealed her first look video from the much-awaited film Brahmastra. She posted a video revealing her look and wrote, "Happy birthday to me. Can't think of a better day and a better way for you'll to meet Isha. Ayan Mukerji, my wonder boy. I love you. Thank you."
Alia Bhatt was last seen in Gangubai Kathiawadi, directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali.