Mumbai, Aug 17: Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt says he is proud of his daughter Alia Bhatt’s work and feels she must taste failure as well. In her five-year career, Alia has garnered rave reviews for her acting and also got commercial success with films like “Highway”, “2 States”, “Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania”, “Kapoor and Sons”, “Udta Punjab”, barring “Shaandaar” that did not do well. Also Read - RRR Movie New Poster Out: Ram Charan And Jr NTR Make The Celebrations Grander Than Ever!

“It’s good. She (Alia) should taste failure. She is just a human being like everybody else,” Bhatt told PTI. The “Saaransh” helmer looks at the work of his 23-year-old daughter with pride. (ALSO READ: Katrina Kaif, Alia Bhatt & Parineeti Chopra enthrall Houston fans at Dream Team concert 2016!) Also Read - Kangana Ranaut Says Akshay Kumar Called Her Secretly to Praise Thalaivi, Fans Are Rolling Their Eyes!

“She has evolved from a reasonably good talented beginner to an extraordinary actor in ‘Udta Punjab’. She has nailed it in that film. I wonder where this emotional intelligence is coming from. Alia staggered me in ‘Udta Punjab’,” the 67-year-old filmmaker said. Nowadays, quite a few Bollywood actresses are going to the West to explore new options. Also Read - From Alia Bhatt to Priyanka Chopra Jonas, 5 Haircare Routine Bollywood Celebs Follow For Smooth And Shiny Hair

When asked, if he would be ok with Alia going to Hollywood, Bhatt said he will be a supportive father. “She is an adult who is far more successful than I would have ever imagined her to be at this age. She is the master of her own life, she is the captain of her ship. “She can do whatever what she chooses to do, I will walk with her, help and applaud her,” he added. (ALSO READ: I can produce films, but never be a director: Alia Bhatt)

The “Arth” helmer is excited about his upcoming TV show “Naamkarann”, of which he is the creative writer. To be aired on Star Plus channel next month, the show explores the journey of a 10-year-old who carves out her identity and takes charge of her own destiny.