'You are sunshine': Alia Bhatt channels her poetry skills while dropping an adorable birthday wish for sister Shaheen

    Alia Bhatt shared an adorable birthday wish for her sister Shaheen Bhatt.

    Alia Bhatt and Shaheen Bhatt

    Alia Bhatt and Shaheen Bhatt

    Alia Bhatt just won the internet with her adorable birthday wish for her sister Shaheen Bhatt. The actress shared some delightful pictures with Shaheen. However, it was also her lovable poem for her sister in the caption that stole the show. She, however, hilariously maintained that she is not a poet even though she did a great job at trying to be one.

    Talking about the same, Alia shared a lovely picture wherein she can be seen giving taking her sister in a warm embrace. We next see a childhood picture of the girls wherein Shaheen can be seen combing a little Alia’s hair. In another picture, the siblings pose for a goofy selfie. The Student Of The Year actress looks lovely in an off-shoulder pink dress. In the last picture, Alia again makes a goofy expression as she clicks a sunkissed picture with Shaheen. Alia opts for a spaghetti top. Take a look at the same.

    The Raazi actress then flaunted her endearing poetry skills as she wrote, “You are joy .. you are light. May we every now and then have a fight. You are sunshine, you are breeze. Please please always take care of your knees. I am not a writer. I am not a poet. I’m just your loving sister and I’m sure you know it. Happy birthday my sweetie.”

    Celebs like Sophie Choudhry and Dia Mirza poured in some warm birthday wishes for Shaheen in the comments section. One of the fans left a hilarious comment comparing Alia to Sara Ali Khan. The comment read, “Ye sara ali khan ki aatma alia ke andar kaise aagyiiii?” This is in reference to Sara also writing poems or Shayaris in her captions. A netizen reminded Alia that he is excited for her husband Ranbir Kapoor’s film Animal. The comment said, “Hi Bhabhi Animal ki booking kar lia hu jaunga dekhne jaldi.” On the work front, Alia will be seen in Vasan Bala’s Jigra.