Alia Bhatt Is Hooked To Justin Bieber’s Peaches But There’s A Connection With Deepika Padukone As Well

It seems like Alia Bhatt cannot get over Justin Bieber’s Peaches song but there’s a connection with Deepika Padukone as well

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Alia Bhatt Is Hooked To Justin Bieber’s Peaches But There’s A Connection With Deepika Padukone As Well
There’s something common between actors Deepika Padukone and Alia Bhatt (apart from Ranbir Kapoor) Well, not so long ago, Alia took to her Instagram stories where she shared the screenshot of her playlist, listening to Justin Bieber’s Peaches. With this, it seems like Alia Bhatt cannot get over this song but what’s the connection with Deepika Padukone? The Padmaavat actor shared a video of herself, talking about the song that she is currently listening to. She then revealed it to be Justin Bieber’s song Peaches. 

In the video shared by DP, she reveals herself to be a ‘very good DJ’. She was asked to show her playlist she denies it and says, "No, I am very possessive about my playlist. Can I play it for you?" while she gets ready for her shoot. Padukone then quickly plays Peaches and says, “This is my favourite song!” while grooving to the track. What a coincidence, Alia is also pinned to the same song as she shared it on her stories along with a peach emoji. Meanwhile, Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh are good friends with Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor. Alia and Ranbir even rang in the New Year 2021 with Deepika and Ranveer in Ranthambore, Rajasthan. 

Both the couples are often seen spending time with each other. In fact, during Deepika’s birthday, Alia and Ranbir were among others to attend her birthday bash. 

On the professional front, Deepika Padukone will be next seen in Shakun Batra’s untitled film, The Intern and ’83. Whereas Alia Bhatt has Gangubai Kathiawadi, RRR, Brahmastra and Takht.


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