Diwali 2021: Alia Bhatt And Ranbir Kapoor Can't Take Their Eyes Off Each Other In New Romantic Photo; Fans Say, 'Love Is In The Air' -Pic Inside

Alia Bhatt took to Instagram to share a romantic photo with beau Ranbir Kapoor

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Diwali 2021: Alia Bhatt And Ranbir Kapoor Can't Take Their Eyes Off Each Other In New Romantic Photo; Fans Say, 'Love Is In The Air' -Pic Inside
On the occasion of Diwali, Alia Bhatt shared a romantic picture with her boyfriend, actor Ranbir Kapoor. In the picture shared by the actress, Alia and Ranbir can't take their eyes off each other. The couple look deeply in love. On the style front, Alia looked beyond pretty dressed in a lehenga, whereas RK wore a kurta-pyjama. Sharing the photo, Alia wrote in the caption, "& some love... Happy Diwali."

Jacqueline Fernandez dropped a bunch of heart emojis on the post. Zoya Akhtar also dropped a heart emoticon. Fans too showered love on the couple. A fan wrote, "Looking awesome together." Another fan dropped a comment saying, "Love is in the air." One of their fans commented, "Alexa play khullam khullam Pyaar karenge Hum Dono. LOVE IT." Many of their fans want them to get married.

Alia also treated fans with some solo pictures. Sharing the photos, she wrote in the caption, "Some light.... Happy Diwali." A fan commented, "Love this positive vibes only." Another dropped a comment saying, "you look so beautiful." ALSO READ:Alia Bhatt Hides Her Face In New Photo; It Has A Ranbir Kapoor Connection-See PICTURE

Ranbir and Alia have been in a relationship for a few years now. As per latest reports, they are planning to tie the knot this December. Reacting to their wedding rumours, RK's uncle Randhir Kapoor told Pinkvilla, "I don't know and I haven't heard the news either. He will get married someday or the other, but I don't have any news on this."

On the other hand, Alia's mother Soni Razdan told BollywoodLife, "Even I don't know when it'll happen. Even I'm waiting for some information."







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