Alia starts YouTube channel

Alia Bhatt has started a new Youtube channel, which will give her fans a peek into the actress’ personal and professional life.

Alia starts YouTube channel

Alia Bhatt

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Alia Bhatt has started a new Youtube channel, which will give her fans a peek into the actress’ personal and professional life. Alia took to Twitter on Wednesday to announce her new venture. “Something new, something fun, something on YouTube,” she wrote alongside a video link.

In the video, Alia says: “So, I am here today because I am launching my YouTube channel... I have done the Instagram and Twitter world and now I am trying to get onto the YouTube world.”  The actress said the channel is a step to bring herself closer to her fans. 

“What you will get to see on my channel is a lot of me just being totally unadulterated, what goes behind the scenes. More like in front of life... good, bad and funny days. Hectic, interesting and simple days. As a person I have been super-expressive. Somewhere I have become more private after becoming an actor...” — IANS

Like mom, like daughter

Veteran actress Soni Razdan shared a throwback photograph of herself from her younger days, leaving fans amazed by her uncanny resemblance to her daughter Alia Bhatt. Razdan posted a black and white image of herself on Instagram on Tuesday and captioned: “When I was 21. Those were the days.”

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