Hania Aamir Just Revealed That Alia Bhatt Is Responsible For Her Career And We Kind Of See How

By Arslan Athar | 28 May, 2019

Hania Aamir has had a good run in the Pakistani entertainment industry so far. From hit dramas to two hit films, the 22-year-old actor has done it all, that too at such a young age.

How did she manage to do all of this? 

Source: @realhaniahehe / Instagram


This is the exact question she had to answer during a recent interview. Her response was unexpected, to say the least. 

She thanked Bollywood actress, Alia Bhatt for her success in Pakistan over the past few years. She said, “If any producer is in need of an innocent-looking, dimpled young girl then they know where to find me.”

Source: @realhaniahehe / Instagram


Hania goes on to talk about how whenever Alia would get to be the face of a brand in India, the same brand would approach her in Pakistan. Her exact words were, “When Alia Bhatt becomes the face of any brand in India, then that same company approaches me to represent them in Pakistan.”

In the end, Hania expresses her gratitude towards Alia Bhatt and her career. She says that if she ever gets to meet Alia, she would be over the moon.

It seems like what Hania is trying to get at is that Alia and her look alike, and her career has benefitted from it. 

If not exactly alike, but they’re features and ‘brand image’ do match, so it ended up working up in her benefit. They both match the perfect ‘girl next door’ image.

Source: @aliabhatt and @realhaniahehe / Instagram


In the rest of her interview, she talked about how, in Bollywood, she loved Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh, Alia Bhatt, and Ranbir Kapoor. In Pakistan, Hania claims to be Mahira Khan’s biggest fan, which is a controversial statement to make, given that WE’RE her biggest fans.

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 Cover Photo Courtesy: @aliabhatt and @realhaniahehe / Instagram

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