Just one film old Alia Bhatt says as an individual it is important to hold on to what you are, and not try to change too much. In fact, she dreams of stepping out in her most casual outfit one day. (Agencies)
Brand ambassador of Maybelline, Alia does not believe in applying too much make-up.
"I don't believe in changing your face completely. Make-up enhances few features and you can have a little fun with colours. But changing your face completely never works... hold on to what you are," she said in an interview.
"I just think, the more normal you are, the more personal it is. I have to look presentable, but I will love to get out in my pyjamas one day," she added.
Fairly new to the industry, filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt-actress Soni Razdan's daughter Alia started her journey with Karan Johar's directorial venture "Student Of The Year".
Currently busy shooting for Imtiaz Ali's "Highway" and Abhishek Varman's "2 States", Alia wants to endorse brands that suit her age and on-screen image.
"The brand has to suit the image I portray and my age. I look for a brand, which I am able to carry off. I can't endorse a dish washing brand as I don't portray that. If a brand fits my profile, I will go ahead," she said.
Alia is all set for a long road ahead. "I am just one film old. There is a long way. There is a lot of hard work to be done," she said sounding realistic.
Just one film old Alia Bhatt says as an individual it is important to hold on to what you are, and not try to change too much. In fact, she dreams of stepping out in her most casual outfit one day.