9 Bollywood Star Kids Who Could Turn into Great Heroines


10Alia Imrahim


Actress, columnist and talk show host Pooja Bedi was a sensation in her heydays. She still makes many heads turn. So, it should not at all come as a surprise when we say that her daughter, Alia Furniturewalla, is following her hot and sexy mother’s footsteps. Aged 19, Aalia is a fashionista and does not shy away from sharing her unmanageably hot pictures on her Instagram account. We are not sure whether or not Aalia wants to become an actress in future, but in case she decides to be the one, she can give a tough competition to all other divas in the business. Take a close look at her pictures on Instagram and then decide if I am wrong.

Aalia was born on 28th November 1997 to Pooja Bedi and Guetta Ebrahim Furniturewalla whom her mother divorced in 2003. After doing her IGCSE and IB at Jamnabai Narsee International School, Mumbai, Aalia went on to study Film and Television at New York University but dropped out of it to study Acting at New York Film Academy. She caught media attention last year when she started uploading hot and sensuous pictures of hers back to back, raising the temperature several notches higher. Her torrid hot pictures are proof that her style game is up and at par with any other stylish diva in the industry. It will not be a surprise if we soon hear the news that Aalia is all set to make her grand acting debut in a Bollywood film. She is surely one of the star kids we would like to see on the silver screen.

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After finishing my post graduation in Mass Communication & Journalism from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprasth University, New Delhi, I tried my best to settle down in the national capital with a copywriting job in hand, but my profound fascination for films and a penchant for writing about them landed me in the maximum city, Mumbai. Now, I work as an Entertainment Journalist who loves to lose himself in films, books and old Bollywood melodies, especially sung by the legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar. If you want to get in touch with him, feel free to send a sweet message on mohnishmania@gmail.com.


  1. They all will need good acting talents and intelligence to succeed in Bollywood. They are just average in the looks department. I am not impressed at all.

  2. Without grooming them in the budding stage it may not be a possibility
    But with the power of money the families must be doing right action