Mumbai: Actress Alia Bhatt, who has delivered three back to back hit films, feels she has still not tasted ultimate success yet.
Alia Bhatt. Pic/Santa Banta
To a recent incident of paparazzi boycotting actress Shraddha Kapoor here, for reportedly behaving snobbish at one of the promotional events of her film 'Ek Villain', Alia said, reacting diplomatically, she cannot comment on others.
On starry attitude of actors, she said, "I don't think we should comment about others. I don't want to make it into a negative thing." The actress who was promoting her upcoming film 'Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania' at an event, said "I don't think I have achieved much success. I have attained only a bit of it and I am not modest about it."
"My father once told me a person who taste success should be treated like bomb blast victim. But that sort of thing did not happen with me after '2 States'.
I am happy where I am today," she said. Alia made her Bollywood debut with 'Student of the Year' in 2011 and struck gold at the box office with 'Highway' and '2 States'.
"I hope I never get that feeling that I have achieved ultimate success. If I reach that stage then my downfall will begin. But I do want to buy a house for my mother in London," she said.