The chocolate boy of Bollywood, Ranbir has moved on from Katrina Kaif to her close buddy Alia Bhatt. Netizens are excited about the relationship. There is no doubt that Alia and Katrina’s friendship has turned sour after the former got close to Ranbir on the sets of upcoming movie Brahmastra.
While Ranbir and Alia have been busy spending quality time with each other, Katrina seems to be unhappy with growing closeness among them. The only reason behind this can be her past relationship with the actor. Ranbir and Katrina used to be very close to each other, however, things didn’t turn up quite well for them and they decided to move on.
However, the buzz has it that after her break-up with Ranbir, Katrina knows things will turn out for Alia in the end. "Katrina knows exactly how it is going to end for Alia. She has been there, seen it all. But it's not Katrina's nature to poke her nose in other's affairs. Besides anything that she would say in the way of a warning would sound like sour grapes to the outside world. So she's just keeping quiet," a friend of Katrina was quoted as telling the entertainment portal.
Before Alia made her debut to the Bollywood industry, she was smitten with Ranbir and revealed that she has a huge crush on him. And when she got the chance to work with him in the upcoming movie Brahmastra, their closeness to the film sets added fuel on fire. Recently, Ranbir admitted her relationship with Alia and said, "It's too new. Let it cool." Since then both of them are busy giving relationship goals by making public appearances to dining each other with family members. Talking about her connection with Katrina, Alia said, "I've known Katrina for a couple of years now. We've got to know each other organically. It all happened when Kat and I started spending time in the gym. Today, she’s someone who I can say is my friend. I know I can count on her when I'm in trouble and she can count on me, for sure. She's got my back and I've got hers." On the work front, Alia and Ranbir will be seen together in Ayan Mukerji's Brahmastra.