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Ranbir's reacts to Alia's privacy invasion!
Alia Bhatt was sitting in her living room when she noticed two men taking pictures of her. She was shocked to see them. The actress used social media to criticise a well-known webpage for violating her privacy. Many well-known people, including Anushka Sharma, Janhvi Kapoor, and Arjun Kapoor, spoke out and asked the Mumbai Police to file charges. Ranbir Kapoor, has finally spoken up; read on for all the details!
Alia Bhatt's communication with the Mumbai Police was previously made known, and they requested that she lodge a formal complaint against the media platform. The actress was debating whether to go that route while simultaneously communicating with the portal to resolve the situation. Ranbir has now confirmed that the pair is actually proceeding legally.
Reacting to the incident, Ranbir Kapoor said, “It was an invasion of privacy. You cannot shoot inside my house and anything can be happening inside my house, that is my home. It was totally uncalled for. We are going through the correct legal ways of dealing with it. I don’t want to talk much about it, but it was something which was very ugly.”
He further added, “We respect the paparazzi. I think the paparazzi is a part of our world. It’s a symbiotic relationship ‘they work with us, we work with them’. But stuff like this is something which pushes your back to the wall and you feel very ashamed of somebody doing something like that.”
Videos of Ranbir Kapoor holding baby Raha at the airport were recently published on a number of paparazzi websites. Fans remarked on his meticulous efforts to conceal the face of her daughter on social media, saying that if the paparazzi had allowed him some privacy, he wouldn't have needed to do so.