"Happy Birthday to me."
On her 29th birthday, Alia Bhatt shared a new poster and teaser trailer from her upcoming film Brahmastra.
Taking to Instagram, Alia Bhatt shared a clip from the film.
Though not much is revealed about her character, Alia is seen in different avatars throughout the teaser clip.
As the clip starts, Alia Bhatt is seen holding actor Ranbir Kapoor as they are surrounded by fire.
In the next few seconds, Alia’s different avatars are revealed.
She also smiles wearing a red saree and is shocked by a ball of fire on someone’s hand, seemingly Ranbir’s.
The end of the video turns grim as Alia is seen shielding herself from a blast, running frantically and then looking at Ranbir as the fire around them intensifies.
The clip ends with Alia standing alone staring at the sky.
Sharing the clip, Alia captioned the post: “Happy Birthday to me. Can’t think of a better day and a better way for you’ll to meet Isha…
“Ayan, my wonder boy. I love you. Thank you! #Brahmastra.”
Filmmaker Karan Johar shared a poster featuring Alia in Brahmastra.
He captioned the post, “My darling Alia, there is so much love that I feel for you while I write this but also so much respect – respect for your immense talent, your incredible growth as an artist and your ability to be so real through all the beats of your life!”
Alia will essay the role of Isha, girlfriend of Ranbir’s character Shiva, in Ayan Mukerji’s Brahmastra.
They will feature together on screen for the first time.
The film will also star Amitabh Bachchan, Nagarjuna Akkineni, and Mouni Roy.
The film will release on September 9, 2022.
Meanwhile, both fans and celebrities wished the actress on her 29th birthday.
Bollywood celebrities such as Katrina Kaif, Anushka Sharma and Samantha Ruth Prabhu took to social media to wish the actress.
Samantha Ruth Prabhu shared a picture of Alia on her Instagram Story and extended her wishes.
Alongside the picture, she wrote: “Is there anything you cannot do? Can’t wait to celebrate all your achievements.
“We all know you are just getting started.”