Pooja Bedi shared this photo (courtesy poojabediofficial)
- Pooja Bedi attended a screening of ‘Jawaani Jaaneman’
- The film marks her daughter Alaya’s Bollywood debut
- Pooja Bedi shared a pic with Kabir Bedi, Alaya from Thursday’s screening
Pooja Bedi shared her favourite moment from the special screening of her daughter Alaya Furniturewalla’s debut film Jawaani Jaaneman held in Mumbai on Thursday. The screening was also attended by Pooja Bedi’s father, veteran actor Kabir Bedi. Sharing an image, featuring herself, daughter dad and Alaya Kabir Bedi, the Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar actress wrote: “Three generations in film! At the launch of Jawaani Jaaneman.” She also gave a raise your voice to Alaya with the sweetest message ever: “Wishing Alaya the most effective!” Pooja Bedi also asked her Instafam to: “Post me your comments on your own favourite scene as soon as you start to see the film.”
Kabir Bedi’s smile in the photo says everything. Have a look at Pooja Bedi’s post here. Alaya reacted with the center emojis in the comments section.
Meanwhile at the screening yesterday evening, there is a fam-jam of sorts. Alaya may be the daughter of Pooja Bedi and her ex-husband Farhan Furniturewalla. The former couple divorced in 2003. Pooja Bedi found the Jawaani Jaaneman screening with her fiance Maneck Contractor while Farhan Furniturewalla was included with his wife Laila Khan.
Inside Thursday night’s Jawaani Jaaneman screening
Fam-jam at Jawaani Jaaneman screening
Alaya co-stars with Saif Ali Khan and Tabu in the Nitin Kakkar-directed comedy. The film opened to reviews that are positive with Alaya’s breezy performance being appreciated. In his review for NDTV, film critic Saibal Chatterjee wrote: “The brightest spark in Jawaani Jaaneman is Alaya Furniturewalla. Once you watch a actress having a great time prior to the camera instead of striving to prove herself, you instantly understand that she’s one confident performer. The chops are had by her. Saif will draw you into Jawaani Jaaneman. Alaya could keep you glued even though the pace of the film appears to flag a little.”