I met her six months ago and have been in touch with her for years, and as far as I know, she has been in a steady relationship with a guy named Prateek Chaudhary.
She even posted her pictures with him in March." The pictures of Bharti with her boyfriend found its way to the internet and went viral.
Her boyfriend Prateek has also tattooed Bharti's name on his arm.
Here are the pictures: The rumours started doing the rounds after reported that Ranbir met a Delhi-based girl and she is not from the film industry.
When you date with the singles in Delhi, you can also find your soul mate that has been waiting for you since a long time wandering about his/her ideal match.
Dating in Delhi can create a gust of adrenaline as you are going to date a single, whom you don't know.
Step in one of our guests – Payal – who was adventurous enough to step out and give the new Lovestruck speed dating event a try. “For a modern busy city singleton who likes exploring alternative over traditional routes of meeting other singles, Speedmeet 1.0 by Lovestruck was refreshing.
In a city of 19 million, with more than a 50 percent youth population, it’s surprising the concept hasn’t fully caught on before.
The issue has become a flashpoint for nationalists in recent years, with Hindu extremists raising fears of "love jihad" - claims that Muslim boys were attempting to seduce and elope with Hindu girls across the country to convert them.
For me, it was a little respite from online dating, where moving offline can sometimes takes months” says Payal.
The ‘too fabulous to be single’ Payal, as a previous member of Lovestruck in London, was really excited to see the speed dating platform coming to her city.
Just like the first ever speed dating event that hit Beverly Hills back in 1998, Lovestruck’s event offered an opportunity to gather compatibility and test chemistry on simple first impressions based on brief 5-minute conversation.
But don’t let us wax lyrical about the many benefits, you want to know if speed dating could actually work for you, right?