The rumoured couple was snapped while making their way out of an engagement party in Mumbai.
Ishaan Khatter and model Chandni Bainz made their first public appearance together after reports of them started surfacing over the past few weeks. It seems like the actor has made his relationship official with her, as they were seen exiting a hotel after attending an engagement party of their friends. The photos and videos, as soon as it made it to the Internet, went viral instantly.
Chivalry on display:
Ishaan is seen guiding Chandni down the steps while holding her hand in the photos and videos. He also opened the door of the car for her and walked her to it. Once she was settled inside, Ishaan locked the door and stepped outside to strike a pose for the photographers. He gave the cameras a thumbs up and smiled.
Check out the photos below:
In the video, Ishaan wore a shimmering sky-blue shirt with black trousers and black shoes. Chandni wore a black floral-printed dress and nude strappy heels. Ishaan posed for the paparazzi before getting into the car with Chandni and driving off.
Ishaan's previous relationship:
There were rumours that Ishaan was dating Ananya Panday. The purported couple made news last year when they reportedly spent New Year's Eve at Rajasthan's Ranthambore National Park. Despite not posting any vacation photos online, the two were photographed arriving back in Mumbai together from Rajasthan.
Ishaan's first TV series will star Nicole Kidman, and fans can't wait to see him in it. The novel by American novelist Elin Hilderbrand served as inspiration for the Netflix series of the same name. Filmmaker Susanne Bier helms this one.
Liev Schreiber, Dakota Fanning, and Eve Hewson are among the cast members of The Perfect Couple. Amelia (Eve) is ready to marry into the rich Winbury family of Nantucket, much to the dismay of the family matriarch, a novelist named Nicole. Ishaan plays Shooter Dival, the best man to Benji Winbury (Billy Howle), the groom.
In addition, he has the biography Pippa about Brigadier Balram Singh Mehta, who fought alongside his siblings on the eastern front of the Indo-Pakistan War of 1971 as a member of the 45th Cavalry tank unit. Brigadier Mehta's novel The Burning Chaffees served as the basis for the Raja Krishna Menon-directed movie. Soni Razdan, Priyanshu Painyuli, and Mrunal Thakur also star in the movie.-