Amid the nationwide lockdown due to COVID-19 pandemic, Alia Bhatt has been recurrently giving her followers a sneak-peek into her quarantine life. From the balcony image clicked by beau Ranbir Kapoor which sparked rumours of them residing collectively throughout quarantine to her baking classes, the actress is on a photograph sharing spree on her Instagram web page.
Recently, the Brahmastra actress posted an image of her, together with her face resting on the desk. She captioned it with lyrics from Coldplay’s well-liked track, Magic, “Still believe in magic? Oh yes I do.”
While the netizens had been all hearts over Alia’s candid image, it reminded few of a scene in Imtiaz Ali’s Tamasha simply earlier than ‘Agar Tum Saath Ho’ track, the place Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone too, relaxation their faces on the desk. The scene in query occurs after a goosebump-inducing second in a restaurant, the place Ranbir has an emotional breakdown whereas Deepika pleads with him to not go away her.
One fan commented underneath Alia’s put up, “Why does this remind me of Tamasha?” “Looks like a still from the movie, Tamasha,” learn one other remark.
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Speaking about this highly-emotionally charged scene in Tamasha, Imtiaz Ali revealed in an interview that he did not must transient Ranbir and Deepika for the scene. It got here out naturally from each of them. “I believe Ranbir and Deepika must have experienced such situations in their lives and hence they invested those emotions in the scene which made it look smooth,” stated the filmmaker.
Coming again to Ranbir Kapoor, the younger star is at the moment in a relationship with Alia Bhatt. Reportedly, they fell in love on the units of Ayan Mukerji’s Brahmastra, wherein they are going to be sharing display screen house for the primary time. Rumours are rife that the lovebirds are planning to get hitched in December. However, there isn’t any official affirmation on these studies from them or their respective households but.