Bollywood power couples, Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt, and Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif, had all eyes on them as they headed to Ayodhya together to be apart of the Ram Mandir Pran Prathishtha.
The stars, who have had quite the history, had fans scanning through the internet to find photos and videos of their interactions at the grand event. Much to everyone’s surprise, former flames RK and Katrina maintained a cordial front, while former ‘Raasi’ co-stars Vicky and Alia seemed cheery as they stuck together through the events of the day.

A fan club shared an image capturing a heartwarming moment between the couples, showcasing the genuine bond they share. The widely circulated photo sees Ranbir, Alia, Vicky, and Katrina standing together as they posed for photos. RK is seen affectionately holding Alia with one hand, with his other hand resting on Vicky’s shoulders. Katrina stood by their side and posed gracefully for the cameras.

Another video saw the four lined up with the other devotees as they headed into the Ram Mandir to offer prayers. Ranbir and Vicky were seen sharing a light moment while waiting in line.

As the photo made its way onto the internet, a flurry of comments quickly followed, with many fans expressing their appreciation for the ‘genuine friendship’ among the four. “They are friends now,” commented a fan with heart-eyes emoticons. Another wrote, “there is nothing awkward both are married now.”

Many also seemed happy to see the two couples seated together and even hitching a ride together in a golf cart to their seats.

After a day-long celebration, the actors returned home to Mumbai in the wee hours of Tuesday morning. They posed separately for photos before heading back home.

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