#WomenOfKalank: Alia looks breathtaking as Roop, reminds of Padmaavat's Deepika
After teasing the audience with the stupendous posters of 'Men of Kalank', producer Karan Johar marked the International Women's Day by unveiling the 'Women of Kalank'. He released Alia Bhatt's first look from the movie as Roop and the actor looks breathtaking as a coy bride. In fact, her look will remind you of Deepika Padukone's regal appearance as Queen Padmavati from Padmaavat.
To love her is to love fire, Karan describes Roop
In the poster, Alia looked every bit of a royal bahu wearing heavy ethnic jewelry with minimal makeup. Her face is covered with a red dupatta with heavy embroidery. Describing Alia as Roop, KJo tweeted, "To love her is to love fire." Meanwhile, Dharma Productions (KJo's production house) wrote on Instagram, "Resilient at heart but everyone has a chapter they don't read aloud."
Resilient at heart. Here's Roop, Dharma Productions introduces Alia's character
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A character unlike any other I've played, says Alia
Needless to say, Alia is ecstatic to be a part of Kalank team and can't stop gushing about her character in the period drama. Talking about the same, the actress, who is known for her versatility, stated, "A character unlike any other I have played."
Netizens go berserk over Roop's resemblance with Padmavati
As soon as Alia's look from Kalank was unveiled, Twitterati went crazy and were all praises for the diva's royal beauty. Some of them also drew comparisons between Alia as Roop and Deepika as Rani Padmavati from Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Padmaavat. A Twitter user wrote, "For a moment I thought it's Deepika". "Alia nhi lg rhi rhi bhai ye," another user tweeted.
Is it Alia or Deepika? Netizens are 'confused'
'Was my father's dream to see this film come through'
Earlier, KJo got emotional about Kalank, and wrote that the movie is special to him as it was the last movie his late father Yash Johar worked on. "A film that was born in my heart and mind 15 years ago. It was his dream to see this film come through. Today his wish has found a relationship with celluloid," Karan wrote on Instagram.
KJo gets emotional about 'Kalank'
A film that was born in my heart and mind 15 years ago....a film I passionately believe in...the last film my father worked on before he left us....it was his dream to see this film come through....I couldn’t fulfil his dream then....my spirit was broken....but today his wish has found a relationship with celluloid....the story of turbulent relationships and eternal love has found a voice....the film has been woven,nurtured and visualised by ABHISHEK VARMAN....and the film Is KALANK! Set in the 40’s but it’s heart lives on.....TOMORROW the journey begins.....am excited ...anxious and emotional about this one...I do hope you join us on our path to undying love.....#KALANK
'Kalank' is a period drama set in the 1940s
Helmed by Abhishek Varman, Kalank is said to be a period drama set in the 1940s. The movie also stars Madhuri Dixit, Varun Dhawan, Sanjay Dutt, Aditya Roy Kapur and Sonakshi Sinha in the lead. It will hit the screens on April 19 this year.