Ranbir Kapoor asks Alia Bhatt 'hamari shaadi kab hogi' at Brahmastra motion poster launch – Watch!

During a Q&A session, Ranbir Kapoor was asked by a fan that when is he planning to married, Ranbir had no answers and so he turned to his girlfriend Alia Bhatt and asked her, 'Humare shaadi kab hoge?', leaving the audience in splits during the motion poster launch of Brahmastra. 

Ranbir Kapoor asks Alia Bhatt 'hamari shaadi kab hogi' at Brahmastra motion poster launch – Watch! Pic Courtesy: Instagram

New Delhi: Bollywood actors Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt, who have been dating each other, were seen at their candid best at the motion poster launch event of their upcoming movie 'Brahmastra' on Wednesday.

At the event, which was in Delhi, after the trailer launch, the duo along with the film's director Ayan Mukherji answered several fan questions while subtly engaging in some adorable PDA.


One inevitable question which was asked by a fan to Ranbir during the Q&A session was "When will you marry Alia, or someone else?" Ranbir wittily replied and said, "Haven't we seen a lot of people getting married in the last one year? I think we should be happy with that."

However, turning towards Alia, he cheekily added, Humari kab hogi?" A visibly blushing Alia replied by saying, "Why are you asking me?" Ranbir quickly responded that he was asking Ayan.

The filmmaker replied by smartly dodging the situation and said, "Aaj ke liye ek hi date kaafi hai, Brahmastra ki release date." He added that they'd have to wait for the wedding date.

The fan event included the celebs interacting with the fans, clicking selfies and watching Brahamastra's motion poster in which Ranbir stars as Shiva. While Ranbir wore a sporty t-shirt with blue jeans and a jacket, Alia looked stunning in a strapless cropped red top with a cut-out design and a matching skirt of the same shade.

Apart from Ranbir and Alia, 'Brahmastra', set to release in theatres on September 9, 2022, also stars megastar Amitabh Bachchan in a pivotal role. Nagarjuna Akkineni and Mouni Roy are also part of the star cast.



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The film's story which is based on Indian mythology has been constructed as a trilogy with the first part following the protagonist Shiva (Ranbir), who is in love with Isha (Alia).

Ayan's magnum opus, the 'Brahmastra' trilogy has been produced by Fox Star Studios, Karan Johar's Dharma Productions, Prime Focus and Starlight Pictures. The second and third parts of 'Brahmastra' are due in 2024 and 2026, according to Variety.