By Nimmi Prasad.

In an interview where Alia bhatt talks about being scared of ‘heights’…but we suppose that it was said in context of sports only because in real life,she loves to ‘dream high and achieve higher’.

she might be fairly new in the industry but this girl is no ingenue…and its really hard not to like Alia Bhatt.

she is the diva ❤

and no wonder at the age of 23,she is doing wonders!

Buying a house is in Mumbai is a tough job but owning it at the age of 23 is even more tougher.Yess…its really commendable that Alia Bhatt is gifting herselfA BRAND NEW HOUSE” on her birthday!

She is now a proud home owner and soon she will be moving in with her sister,Shaheen bhatt.

Alia Bhatt is all geared up to move in her cozy house with her sister Shaheen Bhatt.

She bought the property close to her parent’s house and has invested quite a lot of time doing it right. It was during the shooting of the Vikas Bahl-directed Shaandaar that Alia Bhatt met Richa (Vikas’s wife), whom she would end up asking to design her new house. Although there was no real brief, she was very clear about what she didn’t want. “I told Richa I didn’t want it to be too modern. I wanted it to feel a little old, with a New York loft kind of feel. And I didn’t want anything overtly glamorous, like chandeliers, or marble floors.” She purchased the house two years ago.


Richa fashioned Alia’s Dressing room into a separate space to ensure the rest of the house would be private, even if the actress was in the midst of fittings. “You know, when she’s getting ready it’s not just her. There’s the stylist, the make-up artists, the spot boys, the ironing guys… it’s like a mela in there,” says Richa, in mild horror.


Lighting is muted, in deliberate contrast to the harsh spotlight — literal and figurative — in which the actress usually finds herself.


 Tea Bar for Alia and Shaheen is radiant and soothing.


Alia’s acting graph is rising with every next release of her film..Alia has done so much at this age, we wonder what the future holds for her.


Exclusive pictures by Architectural Digest, published by DNA