Alia Bhatt, Gauri Shinde, Shah Rukh Khan
Pictured: Alia Bhatt, Gauri Shinde, Shah Rukh KhanAlia Bhatt/Twitter

Alia Bhatt has apparently shared her first look along with that of Shah Rukh Khan in Gauri Shinde's upcoming movie "Dear Zindagi." The actress took to Twitter and posted a Prisma photo that shows Alia and SRK in one frame.

The picture shows Alia in her cheeky avatar, sporting short pants, while Shah Rukh is seen donning a casual look. Both the stars are engaged in a conversation and they certainly look good together.

The movie "Dear Zindagi" will reportedly have Alia in the lead role. Shah Rukh's screen time in the film is just 30 minutes. Earlier, SRK said that he had shot for 49 days for the movie and it is primarily about the journey of Alia's character.

"I should think it's a proper role. The film is a little different from my Hindi films. Most of my scenes are with Alia. So, I keep coming in. It's not a hero-heroine type of a film. It's a different slice-of-life kind of a film. It's a different film for me because it's not a typical 'lead lead' as such. I have shot for 49 days, so, I must be having a good role," Shah Rukh had told IANS earlier. Check the first look of Alia and Shah Rukh in "Dear Zindagi" below:

However, the film will reportedly have four other male actors who will be seen romancing Alia. Reports suggest that Kunal Kapoor, Ali Zafar, Aditya Roy Kapur and Angad Bedi will play the four love interests of the actress in the movie.

She has also reportedly shot a dance sequence with the four recently. "It's a party sequence and the four guys take turns dancing with Alia in styles that complement their characters. Interestingly, some of the crew makes an appearance in the dance sequence too. It was Gauri's idea but while her assistant directors were drawn into the frame, the team couldn't convince the director to join in. The song was shot in South Goa over two days. Only Shah Rukh Khan who plays Alia's therapist, who goes on to become her inspiration, wasn't a part of the song," a source told Mumbai Mirror.