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Neetu Kapoor reacts to paparazzo asking about her daughter-in-law. Watch

After being chased by the paps about Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt’s wedding ceremony, actor Neetu Kapoor was lately requested about her on-screen daughter-in-law Kiara Advani and her upcoming movie ‘Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2’. Responding to the cameraperson, she had this to say about the question. (Read additionally: Neetu Kapoor says every little thing modified ‘shaadi ke baad’, shares wedding ceremony pic)

In a video shared by a paparazzo, the digicam individual is seen asking Neetu about her on-screen daughter-in-law Kiara Advani. The two actors are coming collectively in Jug Jugg Jeeyo. Responding to the pap, she exclaims, “Tu mere bahu ke peeche kyu pada hain yaar?” (Why are you after my daughter-in-law?) After this, the pap says, “Bahu achi lagti hain (I like your daughter-in-law)” and goes on to add, “Bhale wo Alia ji ho ya Kiara ji ho (whether it’s your real-life daughter-in-law Alia Bhatt or on-screen, Kiara Advani)”. At this, Neetu smiles and walkes away from the camera.

Reacting to the video, Kiara took to her Instagram story and dubbed Neetu as everyone’s favourite mother-in-law. “Mine and everybody’s favorite Mom-inLaw @neetu54 aunty #jugjuggjeeyo,” she wrote.

 

Neetu’s son Ranbir Kapoor had tied the knot with actor Alia Bhatt on April 14. Since the marriage, paparazzi have typically approached Neetu on units and requested her about her daughter-in-law Alia. In one video, Neetu even responded saying she is wonderful.

Neetu is at the moment showing as a decide on a dance actuality present, Dance Deewane Juniors. She will even be making her comeback to movies in Jug Jugg Jeeyo. The movie with Varun Dhawan, Kiara Advani, and Anil Kapoor. Releasing on June 24, the movie might be her first project since her husband, actor Rishi Kapoor’s dying in 2020.

Talking about the lack of Rishi on his second dying anniversary, Neetu had shared in an emotional publish final month, “Today is two years since Rishi Ji left us … losing a partner of 45 years was difficult and painful at that time the only way to heal my heart was to keep myself mentally occupied .. Movie and television helped me achieve that. Rishiji will always be remembered and will stay in everyone’s heart forever.”

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