Replying to the post of Kiln Theatre, which shared Soni Razdan and Alia Bhatt's picture, the Raazi actress wrote, "Such a lovely play! Hilarious and impactful... A rare combination! So so glad I made the effort to come out there and see it! All performances were top-notch and a special mention for my beautiful mother who was just too good! (sic)."
Such a lovely play! Hilarious and impactful.. A rare combination! So so glad I made the effort to come out there and see it! All performances were top notch and special mention for my beautiful mother who was just too good! https://t.co/CJYJiskEX1
The actress also requested her Instagram followers to watch the play if they were in London. Sharing a poster of the play she wrote, “All those in London, please go watch this play! Apart from the fact that it's brilliant and has the most amazing performances. It's a play that is so relevant and poignant in today's times.." and continuing to praise her mother’s performance. She said, “Special mention to my beautiful mother mom who was too good."
Sharing Alia’s tweet, father Mahesh Bhatt wrote, “Like mother, like daughter!!!"
When The Crows Visit is a play by playwright Anupama Chandrasekhar. Directed by Indhu Rubasingham, the play talks about domestic violence and sexual abuse. Along with Soni Razdan, other actors include Ayesha Dharker, Bally Gill, Mariam Haque, Asif Khan, Aryana Ramkhalawon and Paul G Raymond.
On the professional front, apart from Brahmastra Alia is currently working on dad Mahesh Bhatt's Sadak 2. The director is making his directorial comeback with the film after a gap of almost 20 years. The film also stars Pooja Bhatt, Sanjay Dutt, and Aditya Roy Kapur.