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It's not easy to be a celebrity or for that matter a journalist. Celebs are compelled to look good all the time, and if they miss a trick, it's all over the next day's papers.

Reporters also don't have an easy time as such.They might have to wait for an entire day to get an interview which lasts just five minutes. But not always do the reporters know what to ask.

Recently, Alia Bhatt was asked about her relationship with Sidharth Malhotra at the 7th Mirchi Music Awards ceremony. Though the "Highway" actress is still pretty new to the industry, she knows how give a perfect reply to such questions. Watch her reaction below:

Below are a few examples of dumb questions asked by journalists to celebrities.

Shah Rukh Khan

When Shah Rukh Khan was asked by a female reporter 'agar aap ko gundon ne gher liya toh aap kis haseena ko bulayenge aapko bachane ke liye?' (Which of the heroines would you like to call if you are surrounded by thugs?)

Rani Mukherjee

Rani Mukherjee takes a dig at a reporter when he referred to actresses as 'achar' during 'Mardaani' promotions.

Parineeti Chopra

Parineeti Chopra's reaction when a journalist said that period is a 'problem'.

Deepika Padukone

When a journalist asked a dumb question to Deepika Padukone, 'Sandal mein kya problem thi?' (What is wrong with your Sandal?) even Arjun Kapoor didn't know how to react.

Salman Khan

When Salman Khan was attending an event of Suzuki, he was told by a reporter that his blue bike reminds her of Sunny Leone's saree that she wore during an award ceremony. After hearing the question, the "Bodyguard" actor asked the reporter whether she was in her senses or not.