Alia Bhatt and Shaheen Bhatt are sibling goals! The two are often seen participating in their best moments, heading for a vacation or simply making our doomscrolling worth it with their cute selfies that they keep sharing on their respective Instagram stories and accounts. However, going by the latest Instagram post, Alia Bhatt seems to be terribly missing her sister Shaheen Bhatt as she took to her Instagram account and shared a cute throwback video with her sister which is simply unmissable.
In the video, we see Shaheen is resting her head on Alia's shoulder while the actor is recording the moment. Furthermore, we see Alia tries to move but with the movement, Shaheen gets disturbed and adjusts herself to sleep comfortably on her shoulder. The 27-years-old actor then gives in and rests her head on her sister. This cute video was backed with, "I miss you so much it hurts” followed by a crying emoticon.
A few minutes ago, Shaheen also shared a picture with her sister, Alia where both of them are seen smiling gleefully while posing alongside each other. She backed it with a very interesting caption that read, "You can’t spell miss without iss. And if you rearrange iss, it spells sis. Coincidence? Probably. But it works for this caption so leave it alone." A couple of weeks ago, Shaheen had shared another monochrome picture with her sister and had written, "We haven’t posted a selfie together in a while but we’re still very cute just to keep you updated."
On the professional front, Alia Bhatt has some amazing films in the pipeline that has intrigued many. The actor has Karan Johar's Takht, Ayan Mukherjee's Brahmastra, SS Rajamouli's RRR and Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Gangubai Kathiawadi. ALSO READ: 'Alia Bhatt, Ramcharan Teja And NTR Jr Do Not Have A Love Triangle In RRR' Says Baahubali Hitmaker SS Rajamouli - EXCLUSIVE
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