Jalandhar, April 12, 2019: Bollywood youth icon, Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan visited Lovely Professional University (LPU), where both of them performed on songs from their upcoming film ‘Kalank’. Their performances were full of energy and amazed the entire crowd of LPU. The stars shared: “Coming to LPU seems to us as appearing for final examination after full preparation”. Considering the eve of ‘Baisakhi’, both of them danced on the ‘thaps of dhol’ as true and to the core Punjabi.
The star-actors interacted specifically with LPU students of Journalism and Film Production department. Answering to the journalism students, Varun Dhawan told them about his daily hectic routine; direction tips where a director is all in all for a film and takes characters as tools for a true depiction of the motive chosen. He also shared: “LPU has such a lovely environment at the campus that we, Alia & I, both want to get enrolled here for further studies to have amazing experience”. After his last performance, he proved his Punjabi stance once again and bid all a Punjabi adieu with “Bole so Nihal, Sat Sri Akal”.
Putting her very first step on the wide ramp and seeing a sea of students before her, Alia Bhatt found it as the most joyous moment of her life and admitted loudly: “I had never seen such a big, amazing and disciplined crowd of students before in my life”.
She shared her experience of working in a multi-starrer movie with senior actors. She told them that seniors always prove supportive to doings of their juniors.
She also performed on a classical number “Ghar More Pardeshiya” along with classical-dancing students at LPU. Before this Varun and Alia had presented a scintillating performance on the new song “Kalank Nahin, Ishq hae kajal Piya”.
Before this, on their reaching the campus, Lovely Group Chairman Mr. Ramesh Mittal, Vice Chairman Mr. Naresh Mittal, LPU Chancellor Mr. Ashok Mittal, Pro-Chancellor Mrs. Rashmi Mittal, Director Mr. Aman Mittal welcomed the elite stars at the campus. On this occasion, special arrangements were also chalked out so that thousands of LPU students could have a very close look at their ideal and adoring stars.