Ranbir Kapoor makes me forget my dialogues, Alia reveals
Alia Bhatt has found her love in Ranbir Kapoor and there's no denying it. The lovebirds are going strong with their relationship and often paint the town red with their aww-dorable chemistry. After managing to keep it under wraps for long, Alia revealed last month that her relationship with Ranbir is beautiful. And now, she says that Ranbir makes her forget dialogues. Here's why.
Heaping praises on Ranbir, Alia said that the actor's dedication to his work and his effortless performance often makes her forget dialogues. When she watches him perform, she remains awestruck. "I never forget my lines while performing a scene but when I watch Ranbir perform, I do forget it at times...simply because, when he's emoting, he does it with so much ease," she said.
Alia is considered a promising actress, who has impressed the audience repeatedly. But she finds Ranbir to be a natural actor. "He's one of the greatest actors. I'm fond of him as an actor. A lot of girls and guys are," she said.
Alia has also found her place in the Kapoor family. She visited an ailing Rishi Kapoor in New York while his medical treatment was on. Further, she claims to share a great bond with Neetu Kapoor, and calls her a good friend. "Neetuji is a fabulous human being. She is chilled out and has a great attitude towards life," Alia was quoted saying.
Alia's affection towards the Kapoor family also extends to Rishi Kapoor, with whom she loves spending time. In fact, the Gully Boy actress stated that the veteran actor has a unique personality. "Rishiji, the best thing about him is that he is unique. One cannot learn and take away anything from him simply because there is only one Rishi Kapoor," Alia stated.
On the work front, Alia has in her kitty three big releases for this year. The actress is currently promoting Zoya Akhtar's Gully Boy opposite Ranveer Singh, and looks forward to its February 14 release. Besides, she will be seen in Karan Johar's multi-starrer production Kalank. Interestingly, Alia's first collaboration with Ranbir - Brahmastra - will also be releasing this year.
Interestingly, Alia plays the role of a possessive girlfriend in Gully Boy of Murad (Ranveer Singh). However, she isn't like that in real life, she says. "I'm not at all a possessive girlfriend. It's about giving a free hand to your partner. We're very trustworthy and loyal and we expect and believe the same out of the other relationships in our life," she emphasized.