Alia Bhatt’s Performance in “Ghar More Pardesiya” Earns Prestigious Academy Recognition

Bollywood Actress Shines as The Academy Highlights Her Stellar Dance in “Kalank”

Bollywood actress Alia Bhatt has received yet another accolade, this time from the prestigious Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Her captivating performance in the song “Ghar More Pardesiya” from the film *Kalank* has been recognized by The Academy, marking a significant moment for both Bhatt and Bollywood on the global stage.

“Ghar More Pardesiya,” renowned for its stunning choreography and visual brilliance, features Bhatt’s extraordinary dance skills and emotional depth. Set amidst vibrant Indian cultural festivities, the song harmoniously blends classical dance with modern cinematic elements, making it a highlight of the film. Bhatt’s elegant movements and expressive performance bring the song to life, leaving a lasting impression on viewers.

The Academy showcased the song on its official Instagram account, posting a clip along with the caption, “Alia Bhatt performing ‘Ghar More Pardesiya’ (vocals by Shreya Ghoshal with Vaishali Mhade) from the film ‘Kalank.’ Directed by Abhishek Varman. Starring Varun Dhawan, Alia Bhatt, Madhuri Dixit, Sanjay Dutt, and Sonakshi Sinha. Song composed by Pritam Chakraborty. Lyrics by Amitabh Bhattacharya.”

Fans and movie enthusiasts quickly flooded the comment section with praise. Many highlighted Bhatt’s dedication and talent, noting her training in kathak for the song. Comments ranged from admiration for her overall performances to acclaim for her status as a leading superstar. One fan commented, “Alia Bhatt’s performance has been spectacular in every movie she’s done,” while another stated, “Alia is the biggest female Indian superstar right now.” A third added, “Beautiful song and choreography,” complete with heart emojis.

This recognition from The Academy not only celebrates Bhatt’s individual talent but also underscores the international appeal of Bollywood’s artistic achievements.

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