Bollywood star Alia Bhatt will now be seen in a digital avatar as Indian game developer Moonfrog Labs has launched her first-of-its-kind life simulation mobile game – Alia Bhatt: Star Life. 


The actor took to Twitter and shared the first look of this fun cartoon game. She captioned the teaser, “Getting ready to step into the virtual world! Coming soon.” 




The game will be available on Google Play Store and Apple App Stores; the game is made for the Indian market. The game reads, “Start from the bottom and rise to the top, be a Bollywood A-list star in Alia Bhatt: Star Life – Experience fame, fortune, fashion and lots of masala with your best friend, Alia Bhatt. 


In the game, players get to wear the most fashionable outfits, work with industry’s top photographers, directors and designers in the course of their journey. 


In a recent interview, Alia talks about her interest in playing games; she said, "I can't play games that frustrate me. I need the game to calm me down. I have played Farmville and candy crush. I have a hectic life, so I want to play games to relax."     


Post the success of "Badrinath Ki Dulhania" there were reports that Alia will take a six-month break, but Alia says she is going on a short holiday. She said, "I am not going on a big holiday or break. I am going away for eight-ten days, and that's ok... So, I will learn things that I don't get time to do like sing, dance, cook and spend time with my cat."



When it comes to playing games with her father Mahesh Bhatt, Alia is too competitive and wants to win every game that she plays. "I am a competitive person, and when I am competing with my father, we both make sure we win," she said. 


Alia Bhatt would like to have multiple dimensions of her personality rather than being known as just an actress.

"I don't want to be known as an actor. I have told this to my mother many times that I need to have layers to my personality. Whether it is producing something on TV, singing, social work or anything. So, I always wanted to have something which is not about me but others," Alia told reporters here.


(Inputs from PTI)