Ranbir tells Alia Bhatt, ‘You just think of yourself’

Ranbir gave Alia the knowledge of photography.
Ranbir tells Alia Bhatt, 'You just think of yourself'

Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt seem to be getting closer to each other day by day and they are both proving it. The two will soon be seen together in the movie ‘Brahmastra’, which has also started promoting. On Monday, they both unveiled their photo logos at the Aquarius Fair in Prayagraj. Under such circumstances, Alia Bhatt was constantly going live with her fans from her social media account and posting videos. In this series, such a video of Ali has come to the fore. In this video, Ranbir Kapoor talks about Alia Bhatt, which may surprise you too. In this video, Ranbir Kapoor is seen making fun of Alia Bhatt.

Alia is talking to Ranbir Kapoor in this video, and asking Ranbir what his photography looks like. In response, Ranbir mocks Alia and says that the photographer should always love his subject. I don’t think you’re in love with anyone else, here the photographer just thinks about himself. Let us know that this video was first shared by Alia Bhatt on her Insta Story and then the same video was also shared by Ranbir’s fan club, so that Ranbir Kapoor can be seen giving this knowledge to Alia.

Check out this post on Instagram

Alia Bhatt through her Instagram story. #RanbirKapoor #Ranbir #AyanMukherji #Brahmastra

A post shared by Ranbir Kapoor (ranbir_kapoooor) On

Incidentally, both of them were having fun while promoting the film at Kumbh Mela. Let me inform you, Amitabh Bachchan is also in the lead role in ‘Brahmastra’.

Check out this post on Instagram

Shiva and Isha # Brahmastra

A post shared by Alia (iaaliaabhatt) on


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