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On Friday, Alia shared a photo of herself watching the sunset from the balcony of his home. And what caught everyone's attention is her caption. The actress credited Ranbir Kapoor for clicking the photo. The relationship between Bollywood actor Ranbir Kapoor and actress Alia Bhatt is always in trend. Sometimes news comes about the preparation of marriage, sometimes it is said of a breakup. Recently, after Alia Bhatt's birthday, it was said that there was a breakup between the two and something is not going well between the two. Amid the rumors of Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt's breakup, the Bollywood actress shared beautiful glimpses. However, now Alia Bhatt has posted a picture, which tells a different story.
Alia Bhatt has shared a glimpses on her Instagram account, in which she is enjoying the sunset view from the window of the house. The special thing is that this picture is not clicked by anyone else but Ranvir Kapoor. It is clear that Ranveer Kapoor went to Alia's house and Alia has posted a photo with an emotional caption, so everything is fine between the two. Alia Bhatt's family members are also commenting on this picture and Neetu Kapoor has also commented on the photo.
Giving the caption of this picture, Alia wrote, 'Stay at home and look at the sunset. Stay home and be safe. The picture was taken by my forever favorite photographer RK. Commenting on this caption of Alia, his sister Shaheen commented, 'This means that he (Ranbir) takes bad pictures of us all.' At the same time, Neetu Kapoor has also shared a heart emoji on the photo, that is, Neetu Kapoor has also liked this photo. Ranbir Kapoor clicked Alia Bhatt's photo while she watched the sunset from her balcony.
Just like many other Bollywood celebrities, Alia Bhatt is in self-quarantine to keep herself safe from Covid-19 and prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. The actress is spending time chilling at home with boyfriend Ranbir Kapoor.
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