One of the most beloved actresses in the industry, Alia Bhatt recently made her Met Gala 2023 debut. The actress turned heads on the red carpet in her white ensemble embellished with pearls. She poured major princess vibes in an elaborate gown designed by Prabal Gurung. Earlier today, she took to social media and shared a video showcasing her BTS moments, before grabbing attention on the Met Gala red carpet. Her video took over social media in no time. Interestingly, it was Deepika Padukone’s comment on the post that caught everyone’s attention.
Deepika Padukone exudes love on Alia Bhatt’s Met Gala post
Hours before Alia made her Met Gala debut, Deepika shared throwback photos from the Oscars. The actress was knocked down by netizens when she tried to steal Alia’s thunder. Amid online trolling and criticism, Deepika Padukone saw love on Alia Bhatt. She posted a comment to her latest post that read, “You did it!” followed by a red heart emoji. Have a look:
Shortly after she commented on Alia’s post, netizens were seen commenting on it. One user on Reddit wrote, “I have nothing against Deepika, but this looks like damage control.” Another user wrote, “This isn’t even a compliment, it’s just a fact.”
Meanwhile, in her video, Alia talked about staying away from her daughter Raha for as long as possible. She said, “So this is the longest I’ve been away from my daughter, Raha. And she’s almost 6 months now and I’ve only been away from her for 24 hours like a day and now it’s almost about 4 days I get a few seconds to video call her as soon as I wake up.”
Alia is all set to be seen in Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Kahani alongside Ranveer Singh. The movie will be released in July this year. She also has Jee Le Zara in the pipeline with Katrina Kaif and Priyanka Chopra. The actress will also make her Hollywood debut this year with Heart of Stone starring Gal Gadot and Jamie Dornan.
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