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Alia Bhatt and Shaheen Bhatt have proved the sister goals to the perfection. The two always stand by each other, no matter what! During the lockdown phase, we had witnessed another level of love between the two sisters as from baking together to getting a cat home together, the sisters had done it all. During all the hardships and gloomy days, the sisters had found solace in each other. While, Shaheen and Alia are inseparables, it was Ranbir Kapoor, who was Alia’s lockdown partner. (Also Read: Shoaib Ibrahim Shares Pictures With 'Humsafar', Dipika Kakar Ibrahim From Nidhi Dutta's Engagement)
Alia Bhatt had spent her lockdown with beau, Ranbir Kapoor and their comfort with each other was quite evident from their every spotting outside and the pictures shared online. During the lockdown, the Kapoor family had witnessed the saddest day of their life with the demise of Rishi ji, and it was Alia, who had stood by not only her man, but also by his family. We had spotted Alia visting Ranbir’s mother, Neetu Kapoor and sister, Riddhima Kapoor Sahni and celebrating festivals with them. Alia Bhatt’s sister, Shaheen Bhatt turned into a photographer for her as she posed for the latest issue of Elle magazine. Along with it, she wrote a heartfelt letter for Alia and also talked about those hard days of Kapoor family’s life.
In her letter, Shaheen Bhatt talked about how Alia had dealt with the loss of Rishi Kapoor and unfamiliar grief. She wrote, “In these past few months, I have witnessed you display the sort of resilience and emotional stoutness that I could only have dreamed of for you. I’ve watched as you’ve weathered incomparable loss and become acquainted with the unfamiliar texture of grief. As you’ve shed old roles and adopted new ones. As you’ve sifted with remarkable gentleness through external onslaught for fragments of insight and gratitude.”
Shaheen also talked about how she feels ‘real’ Alia needs no introduction as she is the same on and off the camera. She wrote, “There is no introduction for the readers about who the ‘real’ Alia is because the way I see it, there is no secret Alia, no version of you that’s cloaked in disguise.” She further continued with treasuring the time the two sisters have spent together during the lockdown, and wrote, “Through this pandemic, and the last few months in lockdown the bright spot in an otherwise bleak time has been the time we’ve spent together. It has been through this time that I’ve watched the sparks of understanding blossom into a full-blown self-realisation. And there is something truly astonishing in that – being a silent observer to the poetry in motion that is someone’s emotional evolution.” (Don't Miss: Mahesh Babu And Namrata Shirodkar Wish Son, Gautam With Unseen Childhood Pictures On His Birthday)
Shaheen concluded her letter with how Alia has evolved as a person over the time through tough phases and penned, “The highs and lows of the past few months have in no way reduced you, on the contrary, I have watched in astonishment as it has only enlarged your spirit, cementing your commitment to being truthful to who you are.”
April 30 will always be remembered as the saddest date of the year 2020 as we had lost our precious Rishi ji. Alia Bhatt, who had attended Rishi Kapoor's antim yatra and had stood by the family, had taken to her Instagram handle and had shared a eulogy for the great actor and had described her experience of knowing him. Alia had shared a note for the great soul and it could be read as "What can I say, about this beautiful man, who brought so much love and goodness into my life." (Recommended Read: Aamir Ali And Sanjeeda Shaikh's Daughter, Ayra Turns One, The Doting Daddy Shares Her First Pictures)
Alia Bhatt had truly stood by Ranbir Kapoor and his family through the toughest phase of their lives!