Alaya F Talks Abouts Activities That Keeps Her Busy During Lockdown

Alaya F During Lockdown: Below you will get to see Alaya F talking about the activities that are keeping her busy in her free time during these coronavirus lockdown days. She uses her free time productively to engage in various fruitful activities like reading, learning, etc.

Alaya F rose to fame as an actress. Child of veteran Bollywood actress: Pooja Bedi, Alaya left the audience wonderstruck with her performance in her debut film Jawaani Jaaneman where she played an unconventional role.

Despite her role being unique, she was not to be ignored talent all because of her radiant acting skills. The lockdown, caused due to the coronavirus pandemic, has brought upon a lot of free time for everyone in Bollywood and the actress uses her free time productively to engage in various fruitful activities like reading, learning, drawing, and watching movies to both learn and absorb from them.

But there is something that is less known about Alaya F. She also uses her free time to learn how to use Adobe Photoshop fully and refresh her editing skills by doing another course in Avid which is editing software that she learned how to use during her stint at New York University where she studied film direction. She also learns from watching masterclasses online. Learning to edit is certainly something that will help the actress flourish and prosper in her acting as well as she can play the role from a different perspective and also get an insight into how the flow of the scenes will be.

Alaya’s passion truly is vigorous and she aims to achieve more in the coming future. The actress has left quite a mark with just her debut. The ‘girl of the moment’ is basking in the success of her debut and the promise she displays makes us excited for much more from Alaya F.

Talking about her role, in Jawaani Jaaneman her debut film, she played Tia Singh, Saif Ali Khan and Tabu’s onscreen daughter.

 “One Who Sees Inaction In Action, And Action In Inaction, Is Intelligent Among Men.”

― Bhagavad Gita


Gaurav Gupta

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