“My mother attended my father’s second wedding”

Alaya F On Pooja Bedi

Pooja Bedi shared this photo. (Etiquette: Altar of worship,

New Delhi:

Alia F, who is currently on the cusp of success Srikanth, In an interview with Bollywood Bubble, she shed light on her mother Pooja Bedi’s divorce and family dynamics. Alia is the daughter of businessman Farhan Furniturewala and Pooja Bedi. Alaya said that when her parents divorced, she didn’t understand the negative impact because they handled it with the utmost dignity. Alaya F said Bollywood Bubble, “My parents went their separate ways, but I used to see them all the time, they were very friendly with each other. They are still very good friends. My mother attended my father’s second wedding. I am very close to her. My stepmother , who I hate to call a half-brother because we have the same dad, different moms, is like a piece of my heart, like my son where my parents lived together.”

Alaya F, who has a good relationship with her stepbrother and stepmother, revealed that she can’t imagine her life without them. “Divorce was never a bad thing in my head because my parents handled their divorce so beautifully. When another friend of mine was going through the same thing, I didn’t think it was a big deal. I was like, ‘Yeah, that’s good for you. It would be great for your family’, because that’s how I thought about divorce in general,” she said. “My mom and stepmom are also very good friends,” she added.

On Alia’s 25th birthday, Pooja Bedi shared a beautiful post for her daughter. She wrote a long note that read, “Matching hearts and smiles. Happy 25th birthday @alayaf looooove. You make me so happy. You make the world a better place. You make every moment on this planet count. . . love you always.” , can express kindness and self-love, that you are human and professional, see the post here:

On the work front, Alaya Furniturewala was last seen in a big miyan choti miyan. The film also featured Akshay Kumar, Tiger Shroff, Prithviraj Sukumaran and Manushi Chhillar in important roles.

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