Actress Alia Bhatt was clicked by paparazzi outside filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali‘s office. The actress was spotted as she walked out of the office, sat in her car and left. Alia didn’t pose for the cameras and preferred not even looking at the paps. The latest pictures of the actress have given rise to new rumours – a possibility of Alia starring in Bhansali’s next film. Check out the pictures here:

Alia Bhatt (Photo Courtesy: Yogen Shah/ India.com)

Alia is currently busy promoting her upcoming film Kalank. The teaser of the film met with positive response from the audience. In fact, the first song from the film, titled Ghar More Pardesiya, was also released to great response. It showed Alia showing some terrific dancing skills. The actress has already established herself as a powerful performer. Now, after showing her classical dance moves in the song, she has proven that there’s nothing she can’t do on screen. It won’t be a surprise if Bhansali offers Alia a grand film considering she can now put a tick in every box that comes as a pre-requisite to be a Bhansali-heroine.

Alia Bhatt in a still from Kalank (Photo Courtesy: YouTube Video Screenshot/ Zee Music Company)

Officially though, Alia has got one more Dharma Productions film in the pipeline apart from Kalank. She will be seen opposite Ranbir Kapoor in Ayan Mukerji’s directorial Brahmastra. Meanwhile, Bhansali hasn’t announced any new directorial yet. However, the speculations are rife that he is reuniting with Salman Khan for a romantic film and it is tentatively titled as Inshallah.

Earlier, the CEO of Bhansali film, Prerna Singh, confirmed that the filmmaker and Salman are coming together for something big on-screen. She told Mumbai Mirror, “Yes, Salman Khan and Sanjay Leela Bhansali are reuniting after 19 years for a love story. Their collaboration is the best thing that can happen in terms of story-telling.” Rumours also suggest that Priyanka Chopra has been roped in for the same film. Now, with Alia in the picture, things might take an interesting turn.