“I’m fortunate to be around Ranbir”: Alia Bhatt sure sounds smitten


Talk about the Alia-Ranbir alleged romance has been flowing fast and thick. However, sweet, smart Alia Bhatt is saying a lot without confirming anything at all… Quizzed about how Ranbir reacts to the link-up talk, she quipped, “I haven’t asked Ranbir. I don’t know how he feels about those rumours. He won’t feel anything as he will be exactly like me (smiles). But there is nothing to feel. There’s no need to clarify or deny anything. He is a very good human being, and I am very fortunate to be around him at this point in my life.”

She is positively gushy talking about their working together in Brahmastra. “The experience was exactly the way I had imagined it to be. I always thought that if he is such a good actor, his process will also be amazing, and it is. He does not have a fussy process so it’s nice to be around someone who is so easy-going. That’s why I feel its borderline fascinating as I am like, ‘How are you so Buddha-like about everything? Does anything affect you?’ He has a great attitude. I have learnt a lot from him during the process, and it has helped me be patient and positive and not stress about everything,” she shared.

Recently she had even mentioned that she was fascinated by Ranbir Kapoor… And she won’t deny she said that, explaining that she is fascinated by the kind of person he is with his vibe and behaviour. “He is a really rare person and in the years that I have been alive, I haven’t seen many such people," Alia elaborated.


This appears to be a true meeting of minds here, for both Alia and Ranbir. Both were single after having separated from their respective partners, Sidharth Malhotra and Katrina Kaif. Alia and Ranbir became inseparable during the first schedule of their Ayan Mukerji film itself. Back in the bay, they continue to be spotted together on many occasions, as they leave together in the same car post meetings or dinners. Why, he even accompanied Alia and mother Soni Razdan to a special screening of her film, Raazi. We find that ‘borderline fascinating’ too, haha!