As per reports in republicworld.com, Ranbir Kapoor, got bitten by one of his own dogs. The report further added that Ranbir’s pet dog recently bit the actor on his face, following which, Ranbir rushed to a hospital since it was not an ordinary peck or scatch and he couldn’t take any risks. Ranbir Kapoor paid a visit to the best doctor in town to take care of the wound amid relaxations in Covid-19 imposed lockdown.
Ranbir tried to keep his hospital visit a secret affair. On the other hand, the actor and his sister Riddhima Kapoor Sahni recently celebrated their mother Neetu Kapoor’s 62nd lockdown birthday bash. Neetu Kapoor shared snaps that gave a glimpse of the quarantined celebration.
Riddhima, Ranbir, granddaughter Samara, Reema Jain, Agastya Nanda among others share the frame. Neetu Kapoor penned down , “The richest are the ones with good relationships. We all need love, support strength from our loved ones always. I feel the richest today.”
On the professional end, Ranbir Kapoor last stole hearts of audiences with his flawless on-screen performance in Sanju. Following that, he is all set to star in Ayan Mukerji’s upcoming directorial venture Brahmastra, which is prophesized to be a must watch movie in Bollywood. This movie also features Alia Bhatt and Amitabh Bachchan, along with Mouni Roy, Nagarjuna and Dimple Kapadia essaying prominent roles. Brahmastra is scheduled for a December release, hoping we get to see that in theatres.
Ranbir Kapoor also has another film titled Shamshera added to his kitty. Some BTS pics from the sets of Shamshera had once surfaced on the internet which stirred curiosity in the minds of audiences to witness the actor in a whole new avatar in the movie.
For the unversed, Shamshera is being directed by Karan Malhotra who even made major contributions in creating the storyline for the film. However, Ranbir Kapoor will be seen sharing screen space with Vaani Kapoor, Sanjay Dutt. There has been no official announcement about the release date of the films owing to the pandemic.