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Ranbir Kapoor’s response to paps calling him “dad-to-be” wins internet

Ranbir Kapoor is busy with the promotions of his upcoming film Shamshera. The film is set to release on July 22.

Many fan accounts on social media have posted a video where the actor’s response to the paparazzi calling him a “dad-to-be” on Wednesday. Ranbir also expressed his birthday greetings to actor Ranveer Singh in the video.

Recently actress Alia Bhatt revealed that she and Ranbir Kapoor were expecting a child. Priyanka Chopra, Parineeti Chopra, and Karan Johar, as well as other celebrities, congratulated Ranbir and Alia on their pregnancy announcement after seeing her Instagram post. As a result, a video of the soon-to-be father Ranbir interacting with paparazzi was extensively circulated on social media, with many admirers responding to the actor’s clever remark. On Twitter, a supporter commented, “He’s so cute.” Another person commented, “Maza hi aagya (truly enjoyed this)” on Instagram.

As the photographer gathered outside his vanity van called him ‘dad-to-be’ and congratulated him, Ranbir replied, “Tu chacha ban gaya, tu mama ban gaya (You are now uncle).” He also wished Ranveer Singh, who turned 37 on Wednesday, a ‘happy birthday’ and called him a ‘super guy’. When asked if he had a message for Ranveer on his birthday, Ranbir said, “Happy Birthday, super guy. Love you.”

 

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Meanwhile, Ranbir will next be seen in Shamshera alongside Vaani Kapoor and Sanjay Dutt. Ranbir and Vaani, who will be sharing screen time for the first time in the movie, posed for a photoshoot after the trailer and teasers were revealed.

On the other hand Alia Bhatt is set to make her Hollywood debut with Heart Of Stone. The film also stars Gal Gadot and Jamie Dornan.

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