Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt make for one of the most adorable celebrity couples. Alia had already confessed on having a crush on the handsome actor since a long time. The two started making public appearances soon after they were rumoured to be linked, and subsequently, fell in love with each other. Ranbir and Alia will next be spear-heading Ayan Mukerji‘s fantasy trilogy, Brahmastra, which is scheduled to release on December 4 this year. The extensive filming got them together and their bond grew. The two have been going strong for about two years now. Yes, for those living under the rock, #Ralia is a thing. The two recently grabbed headlines when they grooved to ‘Aap Jaisa Koi Meri Zindagi Mein Aaye’ for Ranbir’s sister, Riddhima Kapoor Sahni’s birthday. The video montage also saw Neetu Kapoor, Riddhima’s aunt, Reema Jain, Riddhima’s husband, Bharat Sahni, cousin Armaan Jain and others grooving to the hit number from Qurbani.
While everyone was cute in their own way, Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt stole the limelight as their synchronised dance steps got everyone grooving. It was a one-of-a-kind birthday wish for Riddhima and we bet she would have loved it. In case you missed the video, have a dekko below, and if you are here for round two, then enjoy it to the fullest…
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On the work front, Ranbir and Alia began dubbing for Brahmastra about two weeks ago. The film also stars Amitabh Bachchan, Nagarjuna, Dimple Kapadia, Mouni Roy to name a few. Shah Rukh Khan has a cameo in the film, too. Meanwhile, a source close to the development of the film informed Mumbai Mirror that the cast and crew are planning something special for the audience. It will be a special video series in order to build hype around the movie and introduce the audience to the world of Brahmastra. They are planning to release these videos as the date inches closer. “They have also been working on a special video series to introduce the audience to the world of Brahmastra, which will be unveiled in succession closer to the date of release, which has yet to be decided given the delay and the fact that theatres in India are not yet operational. Editing is on and so also dubbing,” the source told the portal.