Alia Bhatt launches Youtube channel

Kalank star Alia Bhatt has started her own new YouTube channel which will give her fans a closer peek into the actor’s personal and professional life.

Alia, who is currently shooting for the Ranbir Kapoor starrer Brahmastra, took to Twitter on Wednesday 26 June to announce her new venture.

The millennial star has got some serious acting skills and is a sincere B-town actress. But netizens know it well that she’s also a social media junkie who makes it a point to keep her fans updated about her day. Alia has aced Instagram with almost 35 million followers, gone up and about on Twitter, and even gotten trolled for her innocent lack of wits by All India Bakchod (AIB) for her (That video was hilarious, though!). But she sure does brighten the internet sphere with her cute selfies every now and then.

“Something new, something fun, something on YouTube,” she tweeted alongside an introductory video.

Take a look at the tweet.

“So, I am here today because I am launching my YouTube channel… I have done the Instagram and Twitter world and now I am trying to get onto the YouTube world.”Alia Bhatt

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The Gully Boy actor said the channel is a step towards bring herself closer to her fans.“What you will get to see on my channel is a lot of me just being totally unadulterated, what goes behind the scenes. More like in front of life… good, bad and funny days. Hectic, interesting and simple days.” – Alia Bhatt

“As a person I have been super expressive. Somewhere I have become more little bit private after becoming an actor… If you like the idea, then you have to like share and subscribe to the channel and then we will see how it goes,” she closes the video.

Alia’s channel currently has over 16,000 views and over 2,000 likes. It also features some previous campaigns she has been part of

(Inputs: IANS)

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