You’ve seen them hang out together, you’ve known they’re in a relationship, but for the first time ever, they’ve publicly professed their love for each other. Actually Alia said she loves Ranbir, and Ranbir just gave an adorable reaction.
In an awards function held recently, Alia and Ranbir were seen sitting together. While the couple was amidst friends from the fraternity, it was evident that the two could not get their eyes off each other.
Alia and Ranbir were spotted laughing away with Ranbir’s ex-girlfriend Deepika Padukone, who married Alia’s Gully Boy co-star Ranveer Singh in November 2018. While Ranbir and Alia did not attend the wedding, the two couples share a close friendship. ‘Ranbir will always be special to me’ Deepika had said, years after the two had broken up.
Ranbir was also photographed greeting another ex-girlfriend of his – Katrina Kaif, at the event. Ranbir had dated Katrina for about six years, after his break-up with Deepika. The two were said to have fallen in love while shooting for their film Ajab Prem Ki Gazab Kahani.
Katrina Kaif, however, shares a great professional rapport with Ranbir’s current girlfriend Alia Bhatt. Katrina never fails to compliment Alia’s work, and the latter always acknowledges her contemporary’s appreciation.
Coming back to the present, Alia and Ranbir have been going strong for almost a year now. The two allegedly fell in love while shooting for their upcoming film, Brahmastra – that’s releasing in December 2019. Alia had once shared that she has had a crush on Ranbir since she was a teenager. The two have an age difference of 11 years.
‘I love you, Ranbir’, announced Alia on stage, as she won the Best Actress Award at the function. Ranbir, who won Best Actor, had an adorable reaction to the same. Watch the video, shared by Ranbir Kapoor’s fan club, below.
On the work-front, Alia and Ranbir will be seen together on the silver screen, for the first time, in Ayan Mukerji’s Brahmastra. Reports suggest that the Raazi actress is also set to play Arunima Sinha – India’s first female amputee to climb mount Everest.