The internet has not been satisfied with Alia Bhatt’s most recent admission regarding her relationship with Ranbir Kapoor and has dubbed him a “red flag.”
After wife Alia Bhatt’s most recent admission about their relationship, the internet is once again labeling Ranbir Kapoor a “red flag.” Alia demonstrated how she applies lipstick in a new video for Vogue India, trying to keep it basic and faded because her husband “doesn’t like it.”
In the video, Alia showed that instead of gliding the lipstick on her lips, she prefers to move her lips on the lipstick instead. She said that the method was peculiar indeed but that’s what works best for her. She then almost completely wipes the lipstick off her lips because she wants the faded look. She explains, “Because one thing my husband…when he wasn’t my husband but when he was my boyfriend as well… he would be like ‘wipe that off, wipe that off’ because he loves the natural colour of my lips.”
Many people did not agree with Alia’s perception that she was sharing a charming detail about her relationship with Ranbir. He was referred to as a “red flag” by a number of people, which is what the internet labels folks who might not bring you the healthiest connections. “I feel fear for her as I learn more about Ranbir Kapoor. The biggest warning flag for you to leave is if your boyfriend or husband tells you to wipe your lipstick! It’s definitely not funny or adorable! Cannot imagine the most well-known actress in India right now is going through this,” one commenter commented.
One person remarked, “I would never allow a guy who asks me to wipe off my lipstick anywhere near me.” Another person said, “I can’t believe a leading actress of her era rubs off her pricey lipstick because her “bf/husband” instructs her to rub it off.
When Alia revealed in an interview that Ranbir ‘doesn’t enjoy’ her raising her voice during disputes, the two of them had previously encountered similar remarks. Because my spouse dislikes it when my voice is louder than this, I have to work extremely hard to contain my rage. He believes it’s unfair, that kindness should always be practiced even in the face of discontent, she had previously told Vice.