Pavan Malhotra Is Very Impressed By Alia And Ranbir, Wants To Give Them A Tight Hug

Bollywood actor Pavan Malhotra, who have played prominent roles in many popular films, is all praises for the young actors in the Hindi Film Industry. He is very happy with these actors and the amazing work they are doing on screen.

Recently, Malhotra shared that he simply loved Alia Bhatt’s performance in the 2016 film, Kapoor & Sons. But he doesn’t only admire Alia but he equally loves another popular and current sensation of Bollywood Ranbir Kapoor. Pavan further said that the younger generation is more fearless in choosing films.

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Pavan stated, “Apart from Kapoor and Sons, look at Alia’s work in films like Udta Punjab (2016), or Dear Zindagi (2016). She has done the roles with such ease that when you look at her, you don’t realize you are watching Alia but the character she plays.”

The veteran actor says that he has the same feeling for Ranbir, too.

Pavan further added, “Just look at the work he has done in Sanju. He does not look like himself. The way he walks, dropping his shoulders, the eyes, his voice — everything tells you that it is Sanjay Dutt. When you see such actors, you feel really good. Mera toh mann karta hai ki Alia aur Ranbir ko jor se hug karun aur unhe thank you bolun (I feel like giving them a tight hug).”

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Pavan feels that the young actors have inspired him to make bold choice of the films.

He lastly said, “I’m not saying that everyone wants to only do serious films, which are non-commercial. I mean, who doesn’t want their movies to make money? If my movie doesn’t make money, how will my producer get paid? The younger generation is doing such fantastic films and is focusing on playing characters more than just flamboyant stars. This is good for people like us because then more such films will be made.”

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Pavan Malhotra has been a part of many popular films and shared screen space with many Bollywood biggies in films like Jab We Met (2007), Mubarakan (2017), Black Friday (2004), Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (2013) and Rustom (2016) among others.

by Vijay Singh | Sun, Jul 08 - 12:54 PM

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