Alia Bhatt completes the shooting of her production debut film ‘Darlings’, shares the BTS video

Alia shared some snapshots from the sets of her debut film ‘Darlings’ as a producer. Now a few hours ago, the SOTY debutant shared a BTS video and told that she has completed the shooting of this film.

Bollywood actress Alia Bhatt confirmed on social media a few days ago that she is now going to debut in the business of film production. She also shared some snapshots from the sets of her debut film ‘Darlings’ as a producer. Now a few hours ago, the SOTY debutant shared a BTS video and told that she has completed the shooting of this film.

Alia Bhatt has shown her journey from the set during the shooting in the shared BTS video. In this all the star cast of the film, the people of the set are visible. Sharing the video, the Raazi star wrote in the caption, ‘Darlings, it’s a wrap!! We have done our best to make a film that we are hoping you will love! See you at the movies.’ The shooting of the film has been completed last night. The cast and crew together celebrated the completion of the film by cutting a cake.

The film also features Shefali Shah and Roshan Mathew, who finished off their shoots for the film last month and shared their goodbye moments as well. ‘Darlings’ is the unusual story of a quirky mother-daughter duo who go through odd situations while attempting to find their niche in the world. Written by Parvez Shaikh and Jasmeet, Darlings is produced by Gauri Khan, Alia Bhatt and Gaurav Verma. It is a Red Chillies Entertainment and Eternal Sunshine presentation by Red Chillies Entertainment Production.

On the work front, Alia have her hands full these days. The actress has finished shooting for Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s film Gangubai Kathiawadi. Apart from this, she has completed her part for the long time due, Ayan Mukerji’s action film ‘Brahmastra’ and S. S. Rajamouli’s ‘RRR’. She is currently shooting for Karan Johar’s ‘Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Kahani’ alongside Ranveer Singh.

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