Alia Bhatt signs up with a Hollywood talent agency for a grand international debut – Eagles Vine

Alia Bhatt is gearing up for an international career, following the footsteps of Priyanka Chopra. Taking the first step towards her Hollywood dreams the actress has signed up with a Hollywood talent agency. According to a report on Deadline, Alia Bhatt has signed with talent agency WME in a bid to eye acting opportunities in the US.

The actress has recently started shooting for her home production ‘Darlings’. Apart from Alia Bhatt, this dark comedy also features Vijay Verma and Shefali Shah in pivotal roles. Alia Bhatt will next be seen in ‘Gangubai Kathiawadi’, which is directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali. She recently announced the film’s wrap with an emotional note and wrote, “We started shooting Gangubai on the 8th of December 2019 and we wrapped the film now 2 years later! This film and set has been through two lockdowns.. two cyclones.. director and actor getting covid during the making!!! the troubles the set has faced is another film all together! But through all that and more.. what I take away is the gigantic life changing experience!” Thanking SLB, Alia further added, “Being directed by sir has been a dream all my life, but I don’t think anything would have prepared me for the journey I was on for these two years.. I walk out of this set a diff person today! I love you sir! Thank you for being you .. there is truly NO ONE like you. When a film ends a part of you ends with it! Today I’ve lost a part of me.. Gangu I love you! You will be missed. P.S – special mention to my crew – my family and friends for these two years! without you nothing would have been possible! Love you guys!!!”

Apart from this, Alia Bhatt will also be seen in ‘Brahmastra’, co-starring Ranbir Kapoor, Amitabh Bachchan, Dimple Kapadia and Mouni Roy.


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