Alia Bhatt Quotes

Alia Bhatt Quote

 
 
 
"People ask me if I ever played pranks in school… I was naughty, but loved - the best combination!
But I never played pranks on anyone. I would feel very bad for those who got bullied. I have been
a sensitive person since the beginning."

"I am a fighter. Also I’m stubborn. I’ll fight till I can. After a while I will just give up. But I also

believe if you love someone set them free. If they come back, they’re yours. If they don’t they
never were."
 
"I like the bad boy type. I hate nice people."

"He (her man) should have a sense of humour and I should be able to have a conversation with him.
I hate people who only talk about themselves."
 
"The reason I don’t talk about my relationship is if I was dating someone who I’m much in love with
and if I were to break up with him and it got printed, I’d die. I’m sensitive. I’ll not be able to take it.
Also I’m not going to take speculation about my life. I’m not going to tell you how many times I
went to the bathroom or what I did there. A relationship is that personal." 

"It would be a nice time to be me any time.  I’m doing okay internally. I recently read that people
believe I’m self-obsessed. I don’t think I’m self-obsessed. And being self- obsessed isn’t a bad thing.
I don’t believe I’m the centre of the universe. But I’m my best friend. That’s good, right? As a child
I always felt special. I’d always be pulled to the front of the line to do stuff and the class would follow.
I’d win every race. The one time I didn’t win a race, I cried my heart out."
 
"I’ll never be fully satisfied. The day that happens, my downfall will start. The more I want, the harder
I will work and the better I will get at it."

"I’m a bit embarrassed to admit that I don’t know cooking. But that doesn’t mean that I’ll give up on it.
It’s never too late to learn. I’ll start with the basics like rice, tadka daal and pasta. I remember making
French fries for my friends. I’m not too sure if they liked it though but they never asked me to make
them again."

"I talk fast and sometimes people don't understand me."

"I would cheat during exams but I won't tell you how because if my teachers read it then they'll be very
upset. I have been caught cheating also but I haven't got minus marks for it." 

"I am a geek when it comes to technology."

"My father has influenced me a lot in terms of life and not films. Just generally on who I am, etc. He was
a very bad student in school and a loner. Today the same school calls him to give lectures. He has
pushed me to read more and I am trying to incorporate that bit." 

"I've always loved myself, you know. I used to look in the mirror and see this perfect person. When
Karan asked me to lose weight for Student of the Year, I kept wondering why. In three months I
dropped 16 kg to get in shape for the role of Radha. When I look back at myself I am quite amazed."

"I don't have any restriction that I will not get married to an actor. The person could be a businessman
or a diver."

"I'd rather be stupid than pretend to be intelligent. People connect with you when you make mistakes."

"There are days when I'm shouting at my pillow and acting like a bhangi (wasted). Other days, I pretend
to be poised and sexy. I'm flawed and I hate pimples!"

"I want to be a superstar but first I want to be an actor then I want to be a superstar. At the moment I
don't feel I have achieved anything. I am zero."

"A superstar should not have an attitude. They should have the charisma and appeal to connect with
the audience. I think Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has that in her. When she walks in, you can't help but
look at her."

"I'd fail as a director. I would however, like to open a restaurant one day."

"I want to first be an actor, and then, a superstar. A person with so much charisma that you'd be happy
to even get to touch them. To have attitude that draws every eye in the room to you but not the kind
that's like, get-out-of-my-way attitude."

"I'm very competitive but not in a negative way. I'm working to outshine myself every single time."

"You can say what you want about my clothes and my hair and makeup but when people drag my
family into it, I feel bad. I also use criticism to my advantage like when I came under fire for putting
on weight. I went right out and lost it and so the negative remarks helped."

"When you want to make a relationship work, you’ll make it work no matter what. Relationships will
have their ups and downs; it’s got nothing to do with the industry. It’s just highlighted because we’re
in the limelight. It’s not like if one star breaks up I’ll fear, ‘Oh God, even my love story will end up
that way.’"

"My guy should be my best friend. I should completely be able to be myself with him. He should love
me for who I am."

"I guess being away from the family gives you perspective. You realise their worth. They are the people
who matter the most. And whatever time you get with them, you should make the most of it."

"I don’t think anyone is here to make friends. But when you do meet people often and spend time
with them, you obviously feel a certain connection. I don’t know about others but I do believe actresses
can be friends."

"I’m sick of being compared to Kareena Kapoor. I can imagine how irritated she must be. She’s in a
different league altogether. No one can be compared to her. I’m a huge fan of Kareena Kapoor Khan.
But I’m not trying to be like her because no one can. There's only one Kareena Kapoor."

"I’ve wanted to win an award ever since I was a kid. I’d practice my acceptance speech holding a
shampoo bottle in the bathroom. But today I don’t expect anything."

"I worry for myself all the time. It’s a good thing because I value the work I’m doing and I don’t take
anything for granted. When I’m unsure of myself, I turn to my sister Shaheen (Bhatt). I’ve this terrible
habit of asking for advice and then while the other person is trying to help, I say, ‘Forget it’. A lot of
people get irritated by that but my sister understands it and is okay with it."

"I have a certain goal but I don’t list down things for me to achieve because I feel that the best things
happen when you least expect them."

"No fancy candlelight dinners for me. I’m okay with eating a burger at home while watching my
favourite film, Love Actually. I can watch it any number of times."
 
"I feel like a monkey in a zoo because people just stare at you. Yesterday, I went out for dinner and
I turned around and there were five people looking at me.  And when you look at them, they turn away.
And it seems like you were looking at them. And sometimes they think you’re deaf. They think you
can’t hear when they point out to others and say ‘Alia’. It’s sweet but harmless. When people stop
looking at me, it’ll bother me. Now it’s all good." 

"Right now, no. I’m annoyed with the word love. There’s a reason why I’m annoyed. I’m happy being
far from love... I’ve been heartbroken recently. That’s why I’m talking about this insecure and
depressed phase and about being lonely. But I can’t say who did it and why... There’s no way to deal
with heartbreak.  You just have to face it. I’m still dealing with it. It will heal with time."
 
"I’m a big love bug. The fairytale love will happen when it has to happen."
 
 
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