Special moments should be captured, right? That's what Alia Bhatt did after winning the Best Actor (female) award on Sunday night.
Alia bagged a prestigious trophy for her role in Gangubai Kathiawadi at the Zee Cine Awards 2023. She did not forget to pose with the trophy.
Taking to Instagram, Alia posted a picture where she is seen sitting on her bed and holding the award. The picture is quite special as it was captured by her husband Ranbir Kapoor.
Alia thanked Ranbir for "patiently" clicking her picture at "2 am."
"Gangu love. Thank you Zee Cine awards for the honour! Sir- no words will ever be enough for how grateful I am to you @Bhansaliproductions. Special mention to my husband for patiently taking my picture at 2 am," she captioned the post.
Alia looked her best at the event. She donned a high-slit green gown.
A few days ago, Alia also win big at Dadasaheb Phalke International Awards. She won the Best Actress Award at the film fest. She also collected the trophy for her husband Ranbir Kapoor. He was awarded the Best Actor prize for Brahmastra.
In a recent media interaction during the promotions of Tu Jhoothi Main Makkaar, Ranbir said that he was glad that Alia won the award for Gangubai Kathiawadi but accepted that his performance in Brahmastra wasn't out of the box.
"I am very grateful for the honour. I don't think I fully deserve it for Brahmastra. It wasn't some great acting performance," he said.
Ranbir and Alia are currently embracing the new parenthood phase. The couple became parents to daughter Raha in November 2022.
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