After Going Viral For Brahmastra Video, Mimicry Artist Chandni Now Wants To Work With Alia

A woman who mimicked Alia Bhatt’s character Isha from Brahmastra and got viral on the Internet wants to work with Gangubai Kathiawadi actress.

Alia Bhatt’s mimicry

After Brahmastra Part One: Shiva was released in theaters. Social media was filled with several hot topics, including memes about the film. In between all this, a mimicry artist named Chandni Bhabhda posted a video of herself imitating Alia Bhatt’s character Isha from Brahmastra. The video grabbed millions of attention and netizens were unable to control their laughter.


The artist has over 1.3 lakh followers on Instagram. She regularly shares videos of herself imitating different actors in the Industry.

Chandni Bhabhda, who is a lawyer, got popular for mimicking Alia Bhatt, Daya Ben from ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’, and a lot of other actors. But the artist rose to fame after she posted a video online in which she ordered a pizza in Alia’s voice. She also got a reaction from the actress herself. Alia commented, ‘Epic’ on her pizza video.

‘Want to work with Alia’

While interacting with the TOI, Chandni was super excited after the tremendous reaction that she received to the ‘Brahmastra’ video, and expressed her wish to work with Alia as she spoke about entering showbiz.


On being asked about how she feels when her contents are validated, the artist answers the TOI, “Of course, we do it for the people. So that expectation of validation is always there. When you get this kind of validation and people repost your videos, it feels good. Speaking of fame, I haven’t really received that fame yet. It’s not like I have been mobbed or something, but yes, people do recognize me now. They come to me for selfies and appreciate my work. Especially the Marwadi mom character that I do, a lot of moms come up to me and tell me, ‘Bacha, hum aapko bahot pasand karte.’ I personally love it.”

On meeting Alia Bhatt in real life, she said, “I have never interacted with Alia. But I would love to see her and work with her.”

She also spoke about how her family reacts to her creations. “My family is loving it. They are very proud of me. They are very happy, especially my mom. Every child is beautiful and best for their parents and it’s the same at my home too. My mom is like, ‘My bacha is the best’ and I love that. But I don’t get any special treatment as such. Even today, they switch off the fan to wake me up in the morning (laughs). They even scold me if I use my phone all day. So all this still happens to me,” she said.