'Nazar na lage! I am walking on stars and clouds right now': Alia Bhatt talks about her relationship with beau Ranbir Kapoor

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It's no secret that Bollywood stars, Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor, are very much in love and they will be soon seen sharing screen space in Ayan Mukerji's next directorial, Brahmastra. Nonetheless, Alia never fails to gush about her beau, at every chance she gets. In a recent interaction with a leading daily, she termed her relationship with Ranbir as 'friendship' and said that she's walking on stars and clouds right now. 

"No. It’s not a relationship. It’s a friendship. I’m saying this with all genuineness and honesty. It’s beautiful. I’m walking on stars and clouds right now. The best part is that we’re two individuals who are living our own professional lives in its full form right now. He’s shooting continuously. So am I. It’s not a situation where you’ll see us constantly together. That’s the true mark of a comfortable relationship. Nazar na lage," the actress was quoted as saying when asked if being in this relationship is tougher than her previous ones.

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Furthermore, Alia was questioned about the best advice on life, work or relationships that Ranbir has given to her, to which she replied, "I stress about things that are not in my control. I’m an over-thinker. I get anxious. There was a period when I was working hard and I was stressed. Ranbir told me if you’re working hard, you need not worry about anything else. Do the best you can and just let everything else be. That helped me. I still stress but it’s easier for me now to let it be. The maximum I can do is put in my 100 per cent. I don’t need to worry about the results." Well, they certainly seem to be a match made in heaven.

Meanwhile, after shooting for Brahmastra in Varanasi recently, Ranbir and Alia have flown to New York to spend quality with Ranbir's parents, Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Kapoor.

(Source: Bombay Times)

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