Rohanpreet Singh Comes To Pick Neha Kakkar Up From Airport; Netizens Troll, “Nautanki Just Like Ranbir Kapoor – Alia Bhatt Drama”

Rohanpreet Singh arrived to pick up Neha Kakkar from the airport; Netizens Troll (Photo Credits – Instagram)

Sometime back, when Alia Bhatt returned from the UK, her husband and actor Ranbir Kapoor had come to pick her up at the Mumbai airport, leaving her fans in a tizzy. And why not, it was such a sweet gesture after the couple announced their pregnancy. Similarly now, Neha Kakkar reached the Mumbai airport and her husband Rohanpreet Singh had come to pick her up, but the couple’s gesture did not go down well with netizens, who slammed them for copying Alia and Ranbir.

Neha is really popular on social media with more 70 million Followers on Instagram. Not only this, the singer is very active there too and often gives glimpses of her personal and professional life on the photo-sharing platform. Her social media PDA with husband Rohan is often the talk of the town and fans can’t get enough of these two lovebirds.

Now, Neha Kakkar arrived at the Mumbai airport and was seen wearing an all-black ensemble. The singer teamed a black T-shirt with matching pants and white sneakers. She styled this look with sunglasses and a luxury bag.

Neha Kakkar also wore a face mask and kept her hair open with a middle parting as she made her way to the car of her husband Rohanpreet Singh who had come to pick her up.

Take a look at his video below:

Reacting to her video on social media, a user on Instagram commented, “It’s so funny after Ranbir and Alia’s copy cat.” Another user commented, “Lol nautanki absolutely like with things Ranbir’s drama ‘ A third user commented, ‘After Alia and Ranbir every couple at the airport ️’

What are your thoughts on netizens comparing Neha Kakkar and Rohanpreet Singh’s PDA to Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor? Tell us in the space below.

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