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Golmaal to Alia-Ranbir Chat all that Happened at MAMI Movie Mela

Team Golmaal discuss their film at MAMI film festival.

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Team<i> Golmaal</i> at MAMI film festival. (Photo courtesy: Twitter)

Jio MAMI film festival is surely a star-studded affair. The entire team of Golmaal held a fun session at the #MovieMela and shared some delightful moments. Take a look:

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The second session included music director duo, Vishal Shekhar talking the changing scene of music in India.

Team Golmaal has been having a lot of fun and sharing moments from the event. Take a look:

Marvel fans, there’s a treat for you too!

What better way to end the MAMI Movie Mela than a fan chat with Ranbir and Alia. Karan Johar sat down with these two stars, no not for a ‘koffee’ but for a fun conversation about movies, passion and of course nepotism.

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The Best Person to Crack an Alia Joke is Alia Herself

She has always taking criticism and joke with a smile. So when asked about what she feels about the jokes on her that keep doing the rounds she says she finds them very funny and enjoys them. The audience cracked up when she shared her favourite Alia joke.

“Alia goes to buy India’s national flag, she looks at it and says ‘Bhaiya, aur koi colour hai?’”

Lol!

Ranbir and Alia in coversation with Karan Johar at Jio MAMI Movie Mela
Ranbir and Alia in coversation with Karan Johar at Jio MAMI Movie Mela
(Photo: Yogen Shah)

These Two Star Kids are Grateful to be Born to their Famous Fathers

Enough has been said about nepotism and so Karan Johar had to ask these two star kids how would they defend themselves when the topic of nepotism came up and their answers made a lot of sense.

My great grandfather worked hard and made a place in the film industry so that he could give his children an opportunity so they could do something in their life so on and so forth it reached me. Now when I have children a son or a daughter I would I would like to give them an opportunity where they have something to do and then depends on how good they are. You know my father once said that politics and entertainment as actors are chosen by the public. You may get your first film, you may get your first campaign but unless the public likes you won’t be a star, so I believe that. Ya I’m a product of nepotism and I don’t shy away from it. I know I got the opportunities easier than anybody else but I am very grateful and I don’t want to take advantage of it. I hope that with my work and the opportunities I am getting, I am doing good I don’t feel I am filling a place of someone who could be better than me. I am just trying to do the best I can. 
Ranbir Kapoor, Actor
Ranbir and Alia on nepotism.
Ranbir and Alia on nepotism.
(Photo: Yogen Shah)
I am very grateful because honestly this has been my dream ever since I remember anything about my life. I am aware than my connection with my family has made it way easier for me. I have to also not feel apologetic about it that is the only thing that bothers me about the nepotism thing that yes definitely it exists, It exists in Bollywood it exists in the business world, it exists in school, it happens everywhere. It is a good thing or a bad thing I don’t know all I am saying is I love my work and I give it my hundred percent and I work very very hard so I don’t want to feel apologetic for being where I am today neither do I need to feel apologetic for being my father’s daughter because I love my father.
Alia Bhatt, Actor
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Here is Why Alia Bhatt is Bowled Over by Deepika Padukone

When asked about how do they feel about being competitive with other actors, if they feel jealous this what Ali had to say.

I feel immensely inspired when I see my contemporaries doing great work. I was jumping in my room when I saw Deepika’s Padmavati poster.
Alia Bhatt, Actor

Alia in Anything But Insecure

As we all know in the film industry the career span of an actress is short lived while an actor gets to enjoy stardom for much longer. So when Alia was asked about being insured about being an actress she says she feel the trend is changing and eventually it all depends on our writers now. Alia hopes to continue her acting journey till the age of 90. She said, "I hope I will be acting till I am 90, and that I say bye bye to the world from a film set."

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