Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt have surely kept the internet buzzing with their ‘real-life’ oh-so-sizzling chemistry. However, fans are yet to see their ‘reel-life’ romance, as there’s still time for Brahmastra to hit the big screens. But, it looks like they have fan got something to rejoice about. Recently, both Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt shot for their first ad commercial together, the glimpses of which are going viral on social media and their delightful camaraderie has been loved by all, as usual.
In the clip shared by their fan clubs, Ranbir and Alia could be seen engrossed in a discussion, as they hogged on a packet of chips. The two were sitting inside a train and enjoyed each other’s company. In the black and white BTS video, Alia Bhatt looked gorgeous in a kurta and denim, Ranbir Kapoor, on the other hand, was sporting a T-shirt and jeans. In the past, some other celebrated couples like Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh and Virat Kohli, Anushka Sharma have worked together for commercials.
Well, call it a coincidence or whatever, but the two are now happily married. Though only time will what’s in store for all the Ranbir-Alia fans out there.
Take a look at their BTS video below:
It was on the sets of their upcoming film Brahmastra that Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt fell in love. The two never acknowledged their relationship in public; however, at the latest edition of Filmfare Awards, Alia confessed her love for the actor while accepting her award. Ever since then, there has been no stopping Ranlia (is what fans refer to the couple as). In fact, Alia Bhatt even celebrated Kapoor’s birthday by baking a special cake for him.
Meanwhile, Brahmastra has been directed by Ayan Mukerji and it is slated to hit the big screens in summer 2020.
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