Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor are, arguably, the most loved couple in India at the moment. Both, Alia and Ranbir have massive fan followings and they are the topmost Bollywood stars of their generation.
From the outside, Alia and Ranbir look so different from each other in terms of their personalities, but together, they look beautiful and fans always get very positive and happy vibes from them.
Every time, Alia and Ranbir make a public appearance together, their fans go crazy and their pictures and videos go viral on social media. Alia is very active across all social media platforms but Ranbir Kapoor is one of those rare Bollywood stars who aren’t active on social media at all. In fact, he doesn’t even have an Instagram account, which is a rarity in Bollywood, these days.
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LOL @aliaabhatt what is this behaviour?!?😂😂 Girl, you were checking your boyfriend out? In front of pap cameras and *cough* *cough* His MOM?!?!😂 In her defence he looks delicious😋and royal. But just her expression was like….'aaj ye kya maal banke aaya hai😂😉' 'tota lag raha hai puraa' Its okay Alia….haq hai aapko.❤ #ranbirkapoor #aliabhatt #ranlia #ralia
Recently, Alia and Ranbir were spotted together at the Filmfare Awards. At the same event, Alia addressed the reports of her wedding.
Talking to ZoomTV, she said, “I am not sure which rumor is on currently. I feel like every three weeks there is a new wedding date or a rumor. I find it very entertaining; there is only entertainment that it offers to me.”
Earlier, Alia Bhatt’s father Mahesh Bhatt, who is one of the most popular directors in Bollywood’s history, had said that Alia and Ranbir are in love and he believes that Ranbir Kapoor is a “great” guy.
“Well, of course, they’re in love. You don’t need to be a genius to get that! I love Ranbir… he’s a great guy. What they do to their relationship is something they’ll have to figure out. Whether it’s heading towards that port called ‘marriage’ — which is an institution that needs to be questioned in the second decade of the 21st century — is something for them to figure out,” Mahesh Bhatt said.