Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor are currently basking in the success of their latest film Brahmastra. Directed by Ayan Mukherji, the fantasy adventure film has minted Rs 225 crore worldwide box office collections since its release on September 9.
From touring cities for promotions to sharing behind-the-scenes clips, the cast and crew left no stone unturned to promote their fantasy drama. Now, in a video circulating on social media shows Bhatt recalling watching her husband Ranbir Kapoor onscreen for the first time. The actor gushes how she had instantly felt a connection.
Alia Bhatt Recalls Watching Ranbir Kapoor Onscreen
The duo appeared on the popular Telugu game show called Cash to promote Brahmastra. On the show, Bhatt was asked if the rumours about her being in love with Ranbir for 11 years were true and she could not stop blushing.
Recalling the moment when she saw Kapoor onscreen for the first time, Bhatt said, “When I saw Ranbir first time onscreen, I was like, ‘something is there, some connection is there. I love this person’”. Watch the video here.
On the other hand, Kapoor revealed that he and Bhatt first met doing an ad shoot for director Sanjay Leela Bhansali. Kapoor, who was assisting Bhansali back then, was 20 years old, while Alia was nine.
The couple got married in April this year in a close knit ceremony at their residence in Mumbai. They announced their pregnancy in June on Instagram.
Speaking about the supposed impact of motherhood on her career, Bhatt has earlier said, “Of course, I am young, but why does that have to change anything? Why does having a family or a child have to change my professional life? They are two completely different things. I would continue to and prefer to lead by example as opposed to giving any attention to nonsensical things.”
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