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Bhatt plays coy on love life

Published: 
Monday, March 2, 2015

Try getting a story from this Bollywood starlet, and chances are you’ll be embarrassed. 

This is exactly what happened to one reporter who tried to ask Alia Bhatt about her latest rumoured boyfriend. 

Alia recently attended the seventh Mirchi Awards where she had a friendly chat with media about her recent movie Shaandar, her colleagues and even answered questions about the current cricket world cup, but that is where the friendliness stopped. She was peeved when someone brought up her relationship with Siddharth Malhotra. 

“What are you doing tomorrow night and with whom at home?” she retorted. 

The pair have been making headlines all around with frequent and cosy public outings but no one can confirm whether they are actually together. 

A video of the incident at Mirchi shows Alia being questioned by reporters and then getting visibly upset when one asked about her most recent outing with Siddharth when they launched the MTV India TV series Coke Studio. By all accounts, the two were at ease in each other’s company and got some “Aww’s when they were seen taking photos of each other. 

Anyway, I think #BollyTalks has seen enough cases like this to know: they are more than likely seeing each other, but would prefer their privacy. You’re not fooling anyone Alia!

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