Birthday girl Alia Bhatt opens up about her relationship with co-star Ranbir Kapoor
SNS | New Delhi | March 15, 2018 3:27 pm
Alia Bhatt, Ranbir Kapoor (Photo Source: Twitter)
Alia Bhatt who turned 25 today (March 15) will be having a low-key birthday as she is busy with her hectic shoot schedule for her upcoming film Brahmastra in Bulgaria, along with Ranbir Kapoor.
For quite some time, Alia’s personal life has been the talk of the town. After an alleged breakup with Sidharth Malhotra, she is now being linked to her co-star Ranbir Kapoor.
It all started when celebrity guests in the show of Neha Dhupia’s BFFs with Vogue, ace designer Manish Malhotra, and Sonakshi Sinha spilled the beans on a possible hook-up between the duo of Brahmastra actors Alia and Ranbir.
In an interview with Hindustan Times, Alia said, “Even I get really confused when I read such things, but I strongly believe that ‘silence is golden’. It’s not as if I’m never going to have a personal life. I will and I do have one, but I feel it’s called ‘personal’ for a reason. That’s why it will always stay close to me. I am fine; people can say whatever, as I don’t get bothered by such stories. Maybe except when you feel something really random has been written. I just hope people don’t think that this is all I am doing in life.”
When asked about her birthday plans, Alia said that the film’s director Ayan Mukherji was excited about her big day and was planning for a special dinner. “Our shoot has been very hectic, so the cast and crew have been shooting non-stop. But Ayan is excited about my birthday. I guess he has been planning something like a cute little dinner,” she added.
On her 25th birthday, Alia introduced her character from her upcoming film Raazi, Sehmat, on her Instagram. She shared two pictures of her character. The trailer of the film will release on April 9.
On the other hand, Brahmastra will see Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor sharing the screen space for the first time.
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