Kiara Advani and Sidharth Malhotra.
Gulf Today Report
Cupid’s arrow seems to have found its target in headlining Bollywood’s latest ‘couple’ Kiara Advani and Siddharth Malhotra.
The doe-eyed starlet is full of vivacity and brio and naturally, because handsome hunk Sid is around.
The two, according to the goss in industry circles, are dating each other. The trysts are not just inside the country, they have gone global.
And there is more than one reason for that: it is Kiara’s 30th birthday, and she is celebrating it in the world’s most happening city, Dubai, with her heartthrob.
The ‘lovebirds’ are painting the city red, posing for selfies with their legion of fans, according to a report in a section of the Indian media.
Kiara, in a black ensemble, is solar power personified: she is the sunshine of life, while debonair Sidharth appears as dashing as ever in a denim shirt and black jeans.
Both Kiara and Sidharth were co-stars in the movie Shershah.
The funny part is that there were rumours flying thick and fast that the two had parted ways – only for them to surface at the Eid party of Salman Khan’s sister Arpita.
The Bollywood superstar on Sunday shared a photograph of himself with the fan, Parbat, who walked from Dwarka to Mumbai just to have a glimpse of his favourite star.
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