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Did Arjun Kapoor hint about Ranbir Kapoor’s alcohol problem, check out full story

Filmmaker Karan Johar’s chat show Koffee With Karan season 7 has been making a huge noise ever since it started. Recently the show witnessed Arjun Kapoor along with sister and actress Sonam Kapoor.

Arjun’s romantic life, Sonam’s pregnancy, and other details were discussed in detail. Ranbir Kapoor’s name and alcohol came up once during the Karan Johar-hosted programme.

Several celebrities have appeared as guests on the chat programme since season 7 premiered. Sara Ali Khan, Janhvi Kapoor, Akshay Kumar, and Samantha Ruth Prabhu are some of them. The list continues on, and there are yet more to come.

Arjun Kapoor and Sonam Kapoor appeared on the most recent episode of the Koffee couch. Among other things, a remark on Ranbir Kapoor made headlines. Who would be the most inebriated of your travelling companions, Karan Johar asked the Ek Villain Returns actor during the rapid-fire round.

To this, Arjun Kapoor picked Ranbir Kapoor and said, “Of late, he has been living up to the Kapoor surname.”

Well, his answer raised many eyebrows and many are wondering if this is a sign that the Shamshera actor may start to have drinking issues? Both Ranbir and his father, Rishi Kapoor, were perceived by the uninitiated as having problematic drinking behaviours. The Barfi actor once disclosed that his father used to drink thrice before retiring to bed.

Ranbir once discussed his personal habits and admitted that, despite not having any addictions, he occasionally loses track of how much he has consumed. “When I start, I don’t stop. I guess it’s in my blood; you know how my family is,” Kapoor told Health & Nutrition.

While Arjun Kapoor did not go into greater detail as to why he selected Ranbir Kapoor, it appears that he was alluding to the Brahmastra actor’s drinking issues.
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