Actress Alia Bhatt, who is super active and super busy promoting her upcoming film Badrinath ki Dulhania, sure knows how to take out some time for the family. After a long time, her Instagram feed sees a non BDK related post.
No, this time Alia posts a picture with her grandmother Gertude Hoelzer, whose 88th birthday she celebrated very lovingly.
With arms wrapped around the birthday lady, and gorgeous smiles on both faces, Alia doesn’t really need to caption the picture. But she does! And it cannot be any sweeter! “My beautiful grandmother turns 88! She sang a song on her birthday whilst playing the mouth organ! Now I know where I get my musical inclinations from! Her life is so inspiring! She’s one of the most unique and special people I’ve had the privilege of knowing and loving! P.S – After taking this photograph she insisted that her hair didn’t look upto to mark!”
Alia\s family background is attached with film industry. Her family has been working since 1990s, her uncle, Aunt, Mother, Brother, Sister, Cousin and other relatives are working as an producer, Director, Writer, Actor, actress and other film making profession.
Pooja Bhatt: Sister
Pooja Bhatt (born 24 February 1972) is an Indian film actress, voice actress, model and film maker. She is the eldest child of Indian film director, Mahesh Bhatt. Bhatt made her acting debut at age 17, in 1989 with Daddy, a TV film directed by her father Mahesh Bhatt. Her last film appearance was in Everybody Says I’m Fine! in 2001. She has since focused on producing and directing. She made her directorial debut with Paap in 2004, starring John Abraham and Udita Goswami. Since then, she has made four more directorial ventures: Holiday (2006), Dhokha (2007), Kajraare (2010) and Jism 2 (2012).
Mahesh Bhatt: Father
Mahesh Bhatt (born 20 September 1948) is an Indian film director, producer and screenwriter known for his works exclusively in Hindi cinema. A stand-out film from his earlier period is Saaransh (1984), screened at the 14th Moscow International Film Festival, and became India’s official entry for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film for that year.
Soni Razdan: Mother
Soni Razdan (born 25 October 1956) is a British-born Indian actress and film director. Razdan started her career in English theatre with John Fowler’s The Collector and her Hindi stage career with Bund Darvaze, Satyadev Dubey’s adaptation of Jean Paul Sartre’s No Exit. She appeared as Sulochana in the hit Doordarshan TV series Buniyaad. She also acted in Indian TV serials Saahil, Gaatha and has been a regular on Indian television. In 2002, she turned to direction with Aur Phir Ek Din on Star Plus, a take-off on One Fine Day starring Michelle Pfeiffer and George Clooney.
She has also acted in Bollywood movies.