Ranbir Kapoor, Katrina Kaif
Ranbir Kapoor, Katrina KaifReuters

Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif, who have been on a house hunting spree for quite sometime now, have reportedly zeroed in on a flat in the plush areas of Bandra. The lovebirds have apparently bought the duplex flat on Hill Road for a whopping ₹20 crore.

Initially, reports had claimed that the "Barfi" actor was looking for a spacious apartment, somewhere between Juhu and Bandra, but now they have decided to make the lavish flat in Bandra their love nest. With such a big step, it appears that the couple is finally ready to publicly talk about their relationship.

"Their place takes up the fourth, fifth and sixth floors of the building. Katrina and Ranbir loved the property at first sight. They are currently busy shooting for their respective films, but they will soon complete all the formalities," a source close to the couple told Mid-Day.

The news of Kapoor moving out of his family bungalow Krishna Raj, where he has been living with his parents, and start living with his girlfriend, will surely please the couple's fans, who wish to see them together both on-screen and off-screen.

With a property in Bandra, the couple will now join the likes of other superstars including Shah Rukh Khan, Aamir Khan and Salman Khan. 

Meanwhile, Kaif is said to have been shopping for household items in South Africa along with Kapoor, who is shooting for Anurag Basu's "Jagga Jasoos" in the country. The duo is said to have returned to India with a bagful of household items.

Now that the couple has decided to move in together, fans hope that a wedding announcement might be on the cards. Adding fuel to fire, Kapoor recently had also said that he would like to get married and settle down. 

"Hopefully, [marriage will happen] sometime soon. Main bhi abhi thoda buddha ho raha hoon (I am getting old). I am 31-year-old. But right now, there's no such plan. I am concentrating only on my movies. It's a great time; I am getting fantastic [film] opportunities," the "Barfi" star told The Hindustan Times.