Ka­t­rina is hot: Alia Bhatt

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It be­comes bor­ing to look a par­tic­u­lar way the whole time. That’s why it’s im­por­tant to cre­ate your own look Alia Bhatt, ac­tor

Ac­tor Alia Bhatt (right) says that she hopes to em­u­late ac­tor Ka­t­rina Kaif’s (above) bal­ance of be­ing hot, dif­fer­ent and fit at the same time. “Re­gard­ing Ka­t­rina, you see in all her songs — whether it is Chikni Chameli, Sheila Ki Jawaani or Dhoom, she looks dif­fer­ent in each one of them. She’s still hot, and fit at the same time... she’s still dif­fer­ent. So that is some­thing that I hope to achieve in life if I get the op­por­tu­nity,” says Alia

The ac­tor adds that it’s cru­cial to mould your look in or­der to fit into your char­ac­ter. “I feel, nowa­days we’re try­ing to fit into char­ac­ters. Just look at my role for my up­com­ing film, I had to lose a lot of weight be­cause I was play­ing a par­tic­u­lar char­ac­ter. I had to fit into a bikini and look de­sir­able as a woman, not as a girl,” she says.

Alia feels that monotony is a decisive fac­tor which can af­fect the pop­u­lar­ity with fans. “I feel that it be­comes a bit bor­ing to look a par­tic­u­lar way the whole time. That’s why it’s im­por­tant to cre­ate your own look when it comes to a char­ac­ter. You also have to be for­tu­nate to get the dif­fer­ent char­ac­ters that you are play­ing. But peo­ple get bored see­ing you the same way.”

PHOTO: YOGEN SHAH

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