Katrina Kaif and Ranbir Kapoor started dating on the sets of their first film together, Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani. But the two accepted about their affair only when the pictures from their Spain holiday got leaked in the media.
Soon after this both Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif gave official statements about their relationship to the media and accepted that they were together indeed. But the big question is how did she manage to hide her affair for so long from the paparazzi?
Photographers Were Desperate To Know About Katrina's Love Interest
According to Spotboye, Katrina Kaif used a trick to throw off the photographers, who were desperate to know about her love life.
Before They Moved In Together
This was before Katrina Kaif and Ranbir Kapoor made their relationship official and moved in together.
Here Is What Katrina Used To Do
Ranbir and Katrina lived in separate addresses in Bandra and as soon as Katrina reached Ranbir's home, she would immediately send her car back to her place.
Nobody Came To Know About Katrina's Tryst With Ranbir
Bollywood lens-men recognise the stars and their cars and use that knowledge to keep track of their comings and goings. So, nobody came to know of Katrina's trysts with Ranbir.
Now Shraddha Kapoor Is Following The Same Trick
Shraddha has borrowed the same trick from Katrina Kaif. Recently, she dropped by at Farhan Akhtar's Bandra home at 10 in the night.
This Is What Shraddha Told Her Driver
Later, Shraddha Kapoor asked her driver to go and park her car outside her Juhu residence.
She Left Around 2:30 AM
According to sources, she finally left Farhan's place at 2.30 am and made a quick exit before she could be noticed.
Shraddha & Farhan Wanted To Live-In Together
After Shraddha moved in to Farhan's apartment in December last year, her father Shakti Kapoor played the villain in the love story and forced her to move back to the Kapoor's family home.
Well, we must say that Katrina Kaif is damn smart but unfortunately the same trick did not work with Shraddha. Time to get smarter Shraddha!