Ananya Panday and Aditya Roy Kapur are rumoured to be dating for a while now. It all started last year during Manish Malhotra’s Diwali party, when they were twinning in black and posed together for the paps. Later, they also walked the ramp for Manish and their chemistry was hard to miss. Karan Johar had also teased Ananya when she appeared on his show about chit-chatting in a corner with Aditya at his party.
What further cemented their dating rumours is their holiday pictures which went viral. Ananya recently celebrated her birthday and she was rumoured to be on a vacation with him to Maldives. Today, it’s Aditya’s birthday and Ananya has dropped a birthday wish for him. She shared a photo of the actor surrounded by greenery and the blue skies which seems to be clicked by Ananya. She wrote, “Happy Birthday AD” with a rainbow and heart emoji.

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However, when Ananya recently appeared on Koffee With Karan 8, the actress didn’t confirm her relationship. When Karan asked her, she said that some things should just be kept private and Aditya is a close friend of hers. But Karan kept saying all through the show that Ananya has a boyfriend. Sara Ali Khan who appeared with Ananya on this episode also kept teasing her.
When asked about the one which that Ananya has and Sara doesn’t, the actress said, “A Night Manager.” In response to that, Ananya said, “I’m feeling very Ananya Coy Kapur.” Later, when Sara won the hamper during the rapid fire, Ananya was touching the hamper. Sara joked, “If you touch my hamper, I’ll touch yours. Metro…In Dino.”
For those not in the know, Aditya is working with Sara on ‘Metro…In Dino’ directed by Anurag Basu.

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