Alaya F, who made her big Bollywood debut with ‘Jawaani Jaaneman’ co-starring Saif Ali Khan and Tabu, recently garnered much appreciation for her performance in ‘Freddy’.
In an interview with Zoom Digital, Alaya recently opened up about how she was afraid that people might forget her after her first film. She said, “It was the pandemic that inspired me to do this. My film (Jawani Janemaan) was released, and the world went into lockdown. I felt like everyone was going to forget me. I was afraid that because of the high visibility I had received for my first film, the world would forget about me, and I felt compelled to ensure that people remembered me, that I was visible, and that I was relevant. What I could not control was what was going on outside, but what I could control was my social media. So I was like, ‘Let me just put myself out there, my authentic self, and hopefully people liked it’.”
She further added, “If it wasn’t for the pandemic, I would have never figured out this aspect of my life with social media.”
Meanwhile, on the work front, Alaya will next be seen in ‘SRI’, which is a Srikanth Bolla biopic. Source