Mumbai: A rocking Bollywood debut is not all that Alia Bhatt got with ‘Student of the Year’. Her relationship with Sidharth Malhotra and Varun Dhawan has kept Alia in headlines. She isn’t exactly shy talking about these issues, as evident from what she said on ‘Koffee With Karan’.
The latest that Alia has said on her relationship is regarding Sidharth Malhotra. With Alia giving a smart reply on the spot, no one has the right to question Miss Bhatt’s IQ! She was recently seen attending the launch of Coke Studio. The two did talk about love, but Alas! They spoke about love their love for music rather than for each other. People were expecting that they would share something about their relationship status, but both Alia and Varun decided not to give any masala news to the media.
Now here we are. Few days after this function, Alia attended yet another event- 7th Royal Stag Mirchi Music Awards. But this time, she was alone and Sid wasn’t seen anywhere. A journalist gathered strength to ask Alia what was cooking with Sidharth Malhotra. And there came Alia’s reply, “What are you doing tomorrow night and with whom at home? Will you tell me? See this is not the place to talk about this, and either way because I love you guys so much, I will tell you that me hanging out with my friends is not a big deal. We joke, we have fun. He took the camera because they had already taken so many pics and he said, ‘Give it to me. You want more pics, I will click it for you.’ So that way.”
The reason why Alia quotes ‘Give it to me. You want more pics, I will click it for you’ is because Sidharth recently showed his fondness for clicking Alia’s pictures. When Alia was looking stunning a recently held promotional event, Sidharth couldn’t contain his excitement. He simply took the camera from the photographer and one can very well guess whose pictures her started clicking!
The video available on Youtube shows Alia boldly handling the questions of the journalist. When she is asked a question about Sidharth, the actress does not shy away. With her clear “Kya bataun?”, she makes it a point to answer the question- and that too in a way that would definitely make reporters think once again when they are to ask these type of questions the next time.