Before Paresh Rawal played dad to Ranbir Kapoor in 'Sanju', he was a father figure to his ladylove as well.
New Delhi: Actress Alia Bhatt took a stroll down the memory lane as she posted a throwback picture on Instagram.
The picture has a young Alia Bhatt with actor Paresh Rawal from the sets of the 1997 movie 'Tamanna'.
The 'Highway' actress wrote, 'Clearly throwing back this Thursday! Thanks pooj for the trip down memory lane @poojab1972'.'
Pooja Bhatt shared several pictures from the film, narrating her emotional journey on the film in a lengthy post.
She revealed Alia’s sister Shaheen had also acted in the film.
Sister Act!! I was all of 24 when I produced my first film Tamanna-a true life story about a eunuch named Tikku,who during the holy month of Ramzan,found an infant abandoned in a garbage dump,her face half eaten by rats and brought her up as his very own. Tamanna dealt with the discomforting truth of female infanticide that plagues our country and proved that courage & largesse often are attributes of the truly marginalised-in this case a eunuch who gave Tamanna a new shot at life when her own father wanted her dead merely because she was born a girl. It was a dud at the box office but gave me great credibility as an actor and producer,even winning me my first national award. What most people don’t know though is that both my sisters @aliaabhatt & @shaheenb were in it too. Alia played a younger me and Shaheen played Ashutosh Rana’s daughter and even brought her own toys to the shoot which we used as props. So my father cast all three of his daughters in the same film... a fact that has been forgotten with time. I stumbled upon these photos today when I was continuing my obsessive,self assigned task of salvaging the tons of photo albums that lie discarded in a corner of our office. We are nothing but memories and these comprise some of the best! #Tamanna #familyarchives #puregold #maheshbhatt #shaheenbhatt #aliabhatt #poojabhatt #sisteract #memoriestocherish #forlife
On the work front, Alia Bhatt will be seen next in 'Brahmastra' along with Ranbir Kapoor and Amitabh Bachchan.
Helmed by Ayan Mukerji, the flick will hit the big screens on August 15, 2019.