Alia Bhatt’s Leaked Pictures From The Sets Of Heart Of Stone Imply That She Is Carrying A Baby Bump, Leaves Internet Intrigued

Alia Bhatt seen with baby bump? Here’s what’s happening (Photo Credit-Instagram)

Alia Bhatt has recently been on a roll with back-to-back successful films and pregnancy announcements that took the nation by complete surprise. The actor will also soon be seen in his first Hollywood film, Heart of Stone and looks like a bunch of pictures from the sets have now been leaked on the social media platform. However, the highlight of it is that Alia can reportedly be seen showing off a small baby bump beneath her thick jumpsuit.

Alia was last seen playing the lead role in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s film Gangubai Kathiawadi and SS Rajamouli’s magnum opus, RRR. Both these films were a huge hit at the box office and currently she is working on Karan Johar’s next directorial venture Rocky and Rani ki love story.

Last month, Alia Bhatt and her husband Ranbir Kapoor shocked their fans when they announced that they are pregnant with their first child. She also shared a picture of herself looking at the sonography screen and netizens couldn’t stop gushing over the good news.

Now, a bunch of leaked pictures from the sets of Heart of Stone purportedly show Alia Bhatt wearing a tiny baby bump and it’s very hard to look away from the pregnancy glow. In one picture, she is looking away from the camera wearing an olive green jumpsuit and a small bump is clearly visible from that angle.

In another set of clicks, Alia Bhatt was shooting with Gal Gadot holding a gun in hand in the middle of a dessert. Even though no one can believe it’s actually the baby bump, the internet is overjoyed that she’s reportedly showing off.

What do you think about these leaked pictures of Alia Bhatt from the shooting locations of Heart of Stone? Tell us in the comments.

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