Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor end 2021 on a wild note, channeling “hakuna matata energy”. See the pictures | Bollywood
Alia Bhatt shared a photo carousel from her New Year’s Eve getaway with Ranbir Kapoor at the end of 2021. âPowering 2022 for the hakuna matata. Stay safeâ¦ smileâ¦ be simple and love more !!!!! Happy New Year, “she captioned her Instagram post.
In the first photo, Alia was smiling broadly, while in the next one, Ranbir was drinking from a chalice. There were also images of lions and giraffes in the wild, followed by an image of the landscape bathed in the glow of the setting sun.
Commenting on the post, Arjun Kapoor wrote: â#nadaanparindeysâ meaning âinnocent birdsâ, a reference to the song Nadaan Parindey from Ranbir’s Rockstar movie. Fans showered their love on the couple, with many calling them “cute” and dropping heart emojis on the post.
Ranbir and Alia have been in a relationship for several years. They are also close to each other. Last week, Alia hosted Ranbir and her mother Neetu Kapoor for a Christmas dinner at her home. His mother Soni Razdan and sister Shaheen Bhatt were also present.
Earlier this month, at an event to launch the animated poster for their upcoming film Brahmastra, Ranbir teased Alia about the importance of the letter “R” in her life. He was referring to a question put to him during the launch of the SS Rajamouli’s RRR trailer.
“Why do people keep asking you questions about R?” Ranbir asked a blushing Alia. She replied, “Truth ye hai ki R meri life ka sabse bada (the truth is that R is the greatest)” and paused. âNumber 8 hai,â she continued, referring to her favorite number, which is also on her soccer jersey.
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Ranbir and Alia will soon be seen together in Brahmastra, the first installment of a proposed fantasy trilogy. The film also stars Amitabh Bachchan, Mouni Roy and Nagarjuna Akkineni. It’s slated for a theatrical release on September 9, 2022, in multiple languages ââ- Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Kannada.