It wasn’t long back when Ranveer Singh called Ranbir Kapoor his favourite. Now, Alia Bhatt is also all praises for Deepika Padukone and called her one of her favourites too. Right now, both Alia and Ranveer are busy promoting their upcoming movie ‘Gully Boy’. While the movie would be released on February 14, it is currently was screened at Berlin Film Festival. The ‘Gully Boy’ team in Berlin for the screening. They seemed to be having a good time in Berlin, clicking pictures and giving interviews as well.
Alia was quoted saying in a radio interview, “
Aapki bhabhi, inki baby, meri didi. Unke baare mein main kya bolun? I think she is…kehte hai na ki bhagwan ne bohot pyaar se samay leke kayi ghante baithke banaya hai. Not only the way she looks but also her soul and her personality. Apart from Ranveer, I have had the fortune to spend quite some time with her, of late. Woh bhi meri favourite hai.”
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Interestingly enough, Alia Bhatt and Deepika Padukonr shared the couch on Koffee with Karan this season and revealed that there was no awkwardness between the two. For those who don’t know, Alia is in a relationship with Ranbir Kapoor who happen to be Deepika’s ex-boyfriend.
Last year, the two couples even came under the same roof for an event. When Karan asked Deepika about the same on the show, she said that there was a “lot of positivity and comfort” that night.
She further added, “Irrespective of whatever might have gone on in all of our lives in the past, we’ve all sort of moved on from the past. There was just a lot of fondness and you know a lot of positivity and comfort, that’s what came across.”
At a recent promotional event for ‘Gully Boy, Ranveer teased Alia about her relationship with Ranveer. Alia was asked about how similar or different get experiences were, working with both the actor, to which Alia replied,
“There are a lot similarities. The only difference is that I am doing Gully Boy with one and Brahmastra with another.”
However, teasing Alia, Ranveer added,
“Ek thoda zaada special hai, ek thoda kamm (One is a little more special than the other).”