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Ranbir Kapoor owns most ‘honest eyes’ says Alia Bhatt.

Finally, Alia Bhatt confessed that his boyfriend Ranbir Kapoor owns most “honest eyes”. Both the Bollywood stars have made their relationship public by sharing pictures from their private meetings and outings. Alia and Ranbir often share their pictures on social media and move fans with their love for each other.

Earlier Alia received huge praise from all the corners for her stunning performance in the film Raazi directed by Meghna Gulzar. Alia is doting Ranbir for his attitude and can’t stop herself from praising her at different events.

In one of the recent interview, the actress described Ranbir as the most natural actor and revealed how she was moved with his performance.  “He’s one of the greatest actors. Not only am I fond of him as an actor but a lot of girls and guys admire him as an actor.”

“I usually remember my dialogues well, I never forget my lines while performing a scene but when I watch Ranbir perform, I do forget my dialogues at times… simply because, when Ranbir is emoting, he does it with so much ease. I just keep watching him. I tend to forget about my performance. He has the most honest and simple eyes,” she said.

Alia also praised Ranbir’s mother Neetu Singh for her right attitude towards her and confirmed that the son carries natural attitude from his mother, Alia while commenting about the nature of the Neetu said, “Neetuji is a fabulous human being. I can call her a friend. She is chilled out and has a great attitude towards life and I think Ranbir gets that cool, relaxed, chilled out and mast attitude from his mother.”

Discussing the unique style and caring behavior of the Bollywood superstar Rishi Kapoor, Alia said. “Whenever you get some time to spend with Rishiji, you just have fun with him since he is unique in his own self. One cannot learn and take away anything from him simply because there is only one Rishi Kapoor.”

On the professional front, Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt will be sharing the silver screen together in Ayan Mukherji’s Brahmastra.

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