Alia's Cutest Reply To Sister Shaheen Bhatt

3 Jun, 2020 07:45 IST|Sakshi Post

HYDERABAD: Bollywood actor Alia Bhatt shares a cool bond with her sister Shaheen Bhatt. On Tuesday, Shaheen shared a post in which one could see a picture of two of them, close but still so far. Both of them got separated by a pane of glass, touching the tips of their noses against it. Shaheen captioned it as, “Hi sweetie.” Alia replied with a “Hi sweetie,” back. Here is the post, just have a look at it.

“Hi Sweetie” 👩🏽‍🤝‍👩🏻

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Soni Razdan, the mother of Shaheen and Alia in an interview spoke about what her two little angels are doing during this lockdown period. Soni said that, “Shaheen is busy writing, Alia has taken an online writing course and reading. They do their daily exercises. They are also cooking and doing all those things that they normally don’t get a chance to do. Both of them are cooking some meals, as well. Both of them are chipping in and doing a little bit they can do. It’s not a question of keeping busy, it’s doing what’s required. Everybody is doing their stuff, they are no exceptions to that.”

Reports claim that Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor are staying together during this lockdown period. Earlier, Alia and Rabir spotted walking on the premises of Ranbir's apartment. On the professional front, Alia Bhatt will be next seen in th movies like Brahmastra, RRR, Sadak 2 and Gangubai Kathiawadi.

Just scroll down the article to look at the cute pictures of Alia Bhatt and Shaheen Bhatt.

Even crumpled up newspaper is fun with the right person. Happy World Sibling Day, sibling.

A post shared by Shaheen Bhatt (@shaheenb) on

Distancing buddy.

A post shared by Shaheen Bhatt (@shaheenb) on

My funny Valentine.

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Earlier, Shaheen had opened up about battling with depression and how Alia had felt guilty for not knowing. She had penned, "Depression took me becoming suicidal to realize, I couldn’t keep my struggle a secret. So I started seeing a therapist, pushed myself out of hiding & shared my feelings with my loved ones. My family was supportive. When Alia told me how guilty she felt about not knowing, I almost wished I’d opened up to her earlier. They made it so easy for me to talk to them!"

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