When Alia Bhatt said she ‘hated’ couples interlocking fingers while holding hands; fans compile her pics with boyfriend Ranbir Kapoor doing the same – Eagles Vine

Bollywood power couple Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor have fans and the media on wedding watch, especially after Lara Dutta’s statement went viral.

In her recent interview with Times Now, Lara quizzed about her knowledge about hot celeb couples. While admitting that she didn’t know if some were still together or not, she had some fair idea of Ranbir and Alia’s status and said, “I believe that they are getting married this year.”

Her statement came is as a welcomed surprise for all ‘Ralia’ shippers who have been waiting for months on end for the big news. Amidst all the added excitement for the wedding, an old video of Alia saying she “hated” seeing couples with intertwined fingers has made its way online, thanks to a hilarious fan-made video.

The clip from her ‘Dear Zindagi’ film promotions, has her saying, “I hate when people just sit (with interlocked hands)… holding hands is cool, but this (interlocked hands) is so co-dependent. I’m not judging anybody but still.”

The hilarious video goes on to feature a montage of Alia interlacing her fingers with boyfriend Ranbir during their many public appearances, and even while holding hands at the Filmfare awards.

On the work front, the couple who met on the sets of Ayan Mukerji’s ‘Brahmastra’, is awaiting the release of the film. Originally set for a 2020 release the film was postponed due to the covid-induced lockdown.

Besides this, both stars have their kitty full of big-ticket projects lining up for their release once theatres open up around the country.

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