Asked how did her parents react to her intimate scenes, Alia said: "Have you seen my father's film? I am an actor on screen and not anybody's daughter."
"Anyway, I don't think my dad has any problem with it," Alia told reporters during a press conference.
Alia, who plays a Tamil girl in the film, says her character is very mature.
"Ananya is much more mature. She is very intelligent... after all, she is an MBA. I relate to the character. She can do anything for the people she loves."
Arjun, who agreed to be part of "2 States", says one reason why he agreed to be part of the film was because he feels love does not have any boundaries.
"I choose to do this film because I feel there are no boundaries when it comes to love. Nobody can stop you when it comes to love. I connected to this film emotionally," he said.
Directed by Abhishek Verman, "2 States" is slated for release April 18.
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I like you Alia, you are a nice actress, but when you said she is an MBA I can connect to that, I just had to laugh, you can't connect because you don't have an MBA.But I definitely see you doing anything for the people who you love and love you! Wish you would finish some of your education. You were FANTASTIC in highway though!
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