Alia Bhatt And Sister, Pooja Bhatt Attend Shaheen Bhatt’s Book Launch With The Family; View Pics
Bollywood actress Alia Bhatt always seen supporting her sister Shaheen Bhatt. But not many of you are aware of the fact that their step-sister, Pooja Bhatt (daughter of Mahesh Bhatt and Kiran Bhatt) also shares a beautiful bond with her younger sisters. Pooja has often stood for Alia during her interviews and had praised her acting skills in media. Recently, the Bhatt sisters were spotted together as the trio gathers for the book launch of Shaheen Bhatt.
Yesterday, on December 4, 2019, Alia Bhatt and sister, Pooja Bhatt was present at the book launch event of Shaheen Bhatt alongside their parents. In the pictures that have been doing rounds on the internet, we can see the trio laughing and supporting their younger sister, Shaheen for her first book, I’ve never been (UN) happier. For the launch event, Shaheen dons a velvet pantsuit ensemble while Alia had picked a black striped outfit.
The event was also attended by Shaheen Bhatt’s parents, Soni Razdan and Mahesh Bhatt. And it was the first time when we have seen the entire family together as they happily pose for the shutterbugs.
For those who don’t know, Shaheen Bhatt had fought depression at the age of 12. Recently, actress Alia Bhatt, who is five years younger than her, broke down at an event while talking about her sister’s condition. She had shared that she felt proud yet her heart broke down completely when she came to know about her sister’s condition. Alia had also revealed that despite staying with her sister for 25 years of her life, she could never understand her emotions and never felt the need to ask until she read her book and got to know about her condition.
The Sadak 2 star had also posted an emotional video on her respective social media, wherein, she spoke about her sister’s book. In the video, Alia had said, “When I come home after a long day at work or I am just sulking because of life, just one look at your older but still sparkling brown eyes. Just lights up my heart like you can’t imagine. When I read your very first book, a book that you have written with so much ease and honesty, while I struggle to write one letter to you. I feel awful. I feel terrible because despite living with you for 25 years, I have never really understood your silent moments of depression. I never recognized a snappy moment as something much bigger.” She said.