Alia Bhatt liked Sushmita Sen's 'Arya', said- I want to suspend suspense

Alia Bhatt said on Monday that if she gets a chance, she would like to do thriller shows on digital channels.

Alia Bhatt liked Sushmita Sen's 'Arya', said- I want to suspend suspense
Alia Bhatt liked Sushmita Sen's 'Arya', said- I want to suspend suspense

Bollywood actress Alia Bhatt said on Monday that if she gets a chance, she would like to do a thriller show on digital channels. Giving the example of the recently released web series "Arya" starring Sushmita Sen, she said that the web channels have provided a new platform for artists to showcase their abilities.

 

 

She said, “Not only in western countries but also here artists are working directly for OTT forums. The web (Internet) has given a big opportunity to artists to showcase their art. "

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In an online press conference with actor Varun Dhawan, who has worked together in several films, Alia said, "If I find something based on a detective story that I can connect with, I would definitely like to. It will be fun. "

 

Alia's next film "Road 2" is set to release on the OTT platform Disney + Hotstar due to the closure of theaters due to the coronavirus epidemic. This film was first to be released in theaters. In this, Alia is working for the first time with her father Mahesh Bhatt, who is returning as a director after two decades.

'Sadak 2' is a sequel to the 1991 film 'Road' starring Pooja Bhatt and Sanjay Dutt. It stars director Mahesh Bhatt's elder daughter Pooja Bhatt, Sanjay Dutt with Alia Bhatt and Aditya Roy Kapoor in the lead roles.

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