Alia Bhatt: Here Are Some Of The Fashion Icon's Best Off-screen Looks

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Alia Bhatt is known for her fashion choices. The actor is often seen walking the ramp in fashionable clothes, but here are some of her off-screen looks.

Written By Amir Khollam | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Alia Bhatt made her debut at the age of 19. The actor debuted in Student Of The Year directed by Karan Johar alongside Varun Dhawan and Sidharth Malhotra. The film relied on its plot and on the glamour and fashion aspects to the characters on-air. Alia was reportedly believed to be just another star kid without talent by critics and audiences alike. The actor then later surprised everyone with her jaw-dropping performance in the film Highway directed by Imtiaz Ali. Alia has evidently proven herself to be one of the most talented actors present now in the Bollywood film industry. The actor has given some phenomenal performances in films like Raazi, Gully Boy and 2 States. Beyond her skills as an actor, her fashion sense has been appreciated by netizens off-screen. Here are some of her off-screen looks which were also appreciated by netizens. 

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Alia Bhatt's off-screen looks


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