OMG! Alia Bhatt taken to hospital in Kashmir; read story to find out why

Mumbai: Actor Alia Bhatt is in Kashmir to shoot for her upcoming film ‘Raazi’. This is the third schedule of shooting. Shockingly, in between, news surfaced that, Alia was taken to hospital.

Before you think anything we tell you that Alia is not hospitalised. She was taken to hospital in Pahalgham as she had to shoot a sequence for the film. Soni Razdan (Alia’s mother) is also a part of star cast. And both shot scene at Pahalgam’s Government Civil Hospital.

A source revealed to Mumbai Mirror that, “Over 300 local fans of Alia Bhatt had gathered to watch the actress shoot a lengthy sequence for her upcoming film, Raazi. Soni Razdan, who had accompanied her daughter, plays her mother in the film too. Both were without makeup and dressed in cotton salwar-kurtas. The filming started around 2pm and ended by 5:30pm. The unit will head back to Mumbai on Wednesday. Measures were taken to ensure that patients were not troubled with a doctor on call outside the set. Cops from the Jammu and Kashmir police and jawans of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) were also deployed to boost security and ensure that no outsider ventured in. Permissions were in order and shooting was smooth.”

Meanwhile, as always, the actor posted pictures on her Instagram account. Alia is seen enjoying with Esha Gupta in a boat, with beautiful nature for company. She shared lots of photos on her social media account.

give me 30 seconds ✌️ 📸 @puneetbsaini

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Find me where the wild things are 💙

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‘Raazi’ is based on the book titled Sehmat and is set against the backdrop of the 1971 Indo-Pak war. Alia plays a Kashmiri girl, who is married to an army officer, a role which is being played Vicky Kaushal.

The film is helmed by Meghna Gulzar.

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