Alia Bhatt published her book ED finds a house next door to mother Soni Razdan and sister Shaheen

Alia Bhatt and Soni Razdan’s photo from the event

New Delhi:

Actress-producer Alia Bhatt has added a new feather to her cap. She launched her first book ED Finds A Home at the Storyverse – Children’s Lit Fest in Mumbai on Sunday. Alia was accompanied by mother Soni Razdan and sister Shaheen Bhatt at the book launch event. Alia looked a ray of sunshine as she wore a sleeveless floral printed maxi dress at the event. Alia participated in a reading session for the audience, which consisted mainly of children from the program. An excerpt from the book was read by Soni Razdan, Shaheen Bhatt and Alia respectively. After the reading session, Alia interacted with her younger fans and took feedback. A video of the event has gone viral in which Alia is seen introducing the main characters of the book to the audience.

“I’m going to stay here.” Because then no one will buy this book. This is our main hero and heroine – Ed and who is named Alia in this book. But actually her name is Mama,” Aaliyah is heard saying in the video. The book is about Ed and her dog Aaliyah (a little girl). Aaliyah has a superpower and can talk to Ed. Introducing the concept to children, Aaliyah asks. When asked how many of them believed they had superpowers and could talk to animals, Aaliya quickly replied, “You are a great man.”

In the event, Alia was asked if she had a dog. Alia said, “Yes, I have a dog.” She was asked if her dog said anything to her in dog language before arriving for the event. “He didn’t say much. He just looked at me. He’s a little sleepy. But I know he wishes me well. My cat talked to me in the morning, I think,” Alia replied. FYI, Alia’s pet cat is called Edward.

Alia also shared a glimpse of the book on her Instagram. Sharing the news on her Instagram, Alia Bhatt wrote, “A new adventure begins

“Ed Finds Home” is the beginning of a new series of books in Ed-a-mamma’s universe.. My childhood was full of storytelling and storytellers.. and one day I dreamed of bringing that boy out. I and put it in children’s books.. I am very grateful to my fellow storytellers, Vivek Kamath, @shabnamminwalla and @tanvibhat.draws, who brought our first book to life with their wonderful ideas, input and creativity.. Fingers crossed for the next journey. You can now find books available online and in major bookstores.” Take a look:

Alia founded the kidswear and maternity wear brand Aid-e-Mamma in 2020. Last year, Reliance Retail entered into a joint venture with a 51 percent stake in the apparel label, PTI reported.

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