Ishaan Khatter is making headlines not just for his latest film Pippa but also his relationship with rumoured girlfriend Chandni Bainz. Last night, the paparazzi snapped Chandni at the special screening of ‘Pippa’ held for the who’s who of B-Town. The screening was attended by Mira Rajput, Neliima Azeem, Mahesh Bhatt, Shaheen Bhatt, Aditya Roy Kapur, and others.
The paparazzi spotted Ishaan Khatter and Chandni Bainz stepping out after the screening. While Chandni walked ahead, Ishaan was seen behind her. She was also clicked with Ishaan’s mother Neliima Azeem as they posed together for a picture.
Chandni opted for a black dress with cutouts at the waist, while Ishaan looked dapper in a black suit.
Recently, the rumoured couple was spotted in the city on a dinner date. Both of them wore colour coordinated clothes. While Ishaan was seen in a white shirt, Chandni was seen in a white top with a short denim skirt. They indeed made a lovely pair as they were seen coming out of a restaurant, hand-in-hand.
Despite their appearances together, Chandni and Ishaan haven’t yet posted photos with each other on social media or officially confirmed their relationship.

Ishaan’s latest release ‘Pippa’ is a retelling of the 1971 India-Pakistan war, with Khatter stepping into the shoes of Brigadier Balram Singh Mehta. Apart from this, he will be seen in ‘The Perfect Couple’, an international series headlined by Nicole Kidman. It also stars

Liev Schreiber and Dakota Fanning.

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