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Kiara Advani pens cryptic message for rumored boyfriend Sidharth Malhotra says ‘tu baatein toh badi badi karta tha’

There is something about an on-screen duo. Be it drama, action, or fantasy it sucks our attention. If only the power of matchmaking was vested in us, we’d do everything in our capability to have them swiped up off-screen too.

11th August marked 1 year of Shershaah, a blockbuster film that did not only just sweep us all our feet with it’s amazing casting but as well had us all smitten with the amazing chemistry and pairing up of the two leading roles, Sid and Kiara.

“South or west, Sid and Kiara the best”, not me but the most of us…

With polaroids on one side and a basket of lilies on the other, we are all set and waiting to watch this couple come together in real or rather make their otherwise alleged relationship factual.

But I think they are in no mood to affirm their togetherness, but instead have us all guessing with their presence, be it at parties, or award nights.

Kiara Advani pens cryptic message for rumored boyfriend Sidharth Malhotra says 'tu baatein toh badi badi karta tha’

To celebrate the 1-year-old of Shershaah, Kiara shared a cryptic note on her Instagram which didn’t take more than a few hot seconds to go viral and had us all in mystery. While some were perplexed, some called it a “publicity stunt”, and some thought it to be Kiara’s way of hinting to us about her relationship hitting rock bottom by accusing Siddharth Malhotra to be an “out of sight, out of mind” type of guy. Fans took a sigh of relief when Siddharth replied to the story by mentioning about going live at 6 the same day.

As both shared these teasing stories fans recalled that it was a dialogue in reference to their film, which was released exactly on the same day a year ago and received immense love from audiences all across the world and got a rating of 8.9. The story was based on the life of Kargil War Hero Vikram Kumar Batra who was awarded Param Vir Chakra. He laid down his life while recapturing Indian territories from Pakistani intruders during the Kargil war in 1999. From songs to story, everything was a super hit and to which everyone’s reaction was, “yeh dil maange more”








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