Alia Bhatt’s no makeup picture has the internet in mind

Alia Bhatt

Alia Bhatt shared the photo. (Etiquette: Alia Bhatt,

New Delhi:

Alia Bhatt, known for her exemplary acting skills, often takes selfies without makeup on her Instagram. On Tuesday evening, she did nothing different. Gangubai Kathiawadi star Alia stunned everyone with her no-makeup look. Alia Bhatt shared a selfie on her Instagram handle in which she was seen flaunting her no-makeup look. The actress glared at the camera while flaunting her million-dollar smile. Captioning her post, Alia wrote, “Little soul and son…” Fans flooded her comment section with adorable messages. “Your freckles have my whole heart,” wrote one fan, while another wrote, “The cutest.”

Take a look at her post below:

Earlier, Alia Bhatt, who was in London to host the Hope Gala this year, documented moments from her time there and shared them on Instagram. Sharing the Carousel post, Alia Bhatt wrote, “I was so happy to host such a truly special evening, filled with so much love, purpose and hope. Thank you Mandarin Oriental for bringing our vision to life and Salute Bombay. For empowering and supporting young lives, Foundation to provide them with what they need for a brighter tomorrow. Hope Gala 2024.” In the comments section, Alia Bhatt’s mother Soni Razdan commented, “Awesome.”

Check out Alia Bhatt’s post here:

Here’s a glimpse of the festivities shared by Mandarin Oriental’s official Instagram handle. See here:

For the unforgettable, the Hope Gala is a charity event to support the Salaam Bombay Foundation, which is “close to Alia Bhatt’s heart”. According to news agency ANI, the foundation works tirelessly to empower vulnerable “at-risk” children in Mumbai through school academies and after-school programs, building their confidence and dedication for a brighter future. Apart from Alia Bhatt, singer Harshdeep Kaur, director Gurinder Chadha and comedian Rohan Joshi were also present at the event. The gala was attended by eminent industrialists and social workers from India and London.

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