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Alia Bhatt's Sumptuous 'writers' Room' Will Make One Envious, Shaheen Gives A Sneak Peek

Amid the Coronavirus lockdown, Shaheen Bhatt took to her Instagram to share a glimpse of what it looks like inside her and Alia Bhatt's writers room. Check out.

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Now that all the celebrities are spending time indoors with their family and loved ones amid Coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown, they keep sharing pictures of their indoor whereabouts with fans. Speaking of which, Alia Bhatt's sister Shaheen Bhatt, on Tuesday night, treated fans with a glimpse of how it looks inside Alia Bhatt's writer's room. Read on- 

Inside Alia Bhatt's writer's room 

Shaheen Bhatt shared a picture in which Alia Bhatt looks all busy with her laptop, passing time during the quarantine. Alia looks cute in a simple white tee and track pants. In front of the Brahmastra actor, is a table with two books on it. Sharing the picture which also gives a glimpse of their opulent apartment, Shaheen Bhatt, captions the photo saying, "Writer's room".

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The Bhatt sisters, time and again keep sharing snippets of how they are spending time amid the COVID-19 lockdown. The duo's pictures always receive heaps of praises from many. Check out the time when Shaheen called Alia her 'Distancing buddy'. 


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