Ranbir Kapoor turns photographer for Kajol! (view pics)New Delhi: Ranbir Kapoor, the charming heartthrob of Bollywood is multi-talented personality and time and again he has proved that.The actor was seen flaunting his photography skills. While the shutterbugs never miss a chance to
New Delhi: Ranbir Kapoor, the charming heartthrob of Bollywood is multi-talented personality and time and again he has proved that.
The actor was seen flaunting his photography skills. While the shutterbugs never miss a chance to click pictures of Ranbir at various events, it was RK Jr's turn to don the photographer's hat.
He turned photographer for none other than the lovely Kajol, for a campaign.
Katrina Kaif's boyfriend was snapped taking pictures of Kajol for a photoshoot. Both the stars seemed to have had a great time as they bonded well over the pictures.
The photoshoot was for a women's welfare campaign where Ranbir had to click the most beautiful women of Indian Cinema including Waheeda Rehman and Madhuri Dixit.
We can't wait for the photoshoot pictures to be revealed as we are intrigued to see if Ranbir-the photographer is as good as Ranbir-the actor.
Ranbir Kapoor has been grabbing limelight for his affair with Katrina Kaif.
The alleged Bollywood couple was recently spotted while arriving in Bangkok, Thailand together for the shoot of Jagga Jasoos.
The star couple who was also off lately clicked attending a private bash together seemed to be trying enough to avoid each other in the pics. However, their fans caught them and uploaded the pics on the social media.
Both the actors usually skips arguments and questions leading to each other in public very smartly but their chemistry speaks well for their relationship.
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