Alia & Ranbir Update: Alia Bhatt’s brother Rahul Bhatt has been spilling the beans about Ranbir and Alia’s wedding. Now Rahul has revealed something new about their wedding. We still can’t get over the fact that Alia and Ranbir are finally married.
However, their wedding photos shared by Alia Bhatt have already scorched the internet. He has informed us that Ranbir and Alia have only taken four instead of the usual seven pheras.
It will be hard for many of you to digest because, according to Hindu rituals, the bride and groom take seven pheras.
Why Did Alia & Ranbir Take Four Pheras?
Rahul Bhatt revealed that the Panditji who took care of the wedding has been with the Kapoor family over the years. Rahul also said that in that ceremony, brothers were needed, and Rahul is Alia’s half-brother, so he also took part in the ceremony.
He also explained the logic behind taking the four pheras instead of the usual seven pheras. According to him, one phera is for religion and the other is for children.
Folks, did you know that the typical wedding is incomplete without taking the seven pheras. But in several religions, the bride and groom take four pheras instead of seven. We are talking about Rajasthanis, Gujaratis, and Sindhis.
According to a website, Indian parenting, sometimes the bride and groom take four pheras to save time. If you have attended any wedding, you must know how tedious the wedding rituals are.
Folks, a few days back, we informed you about a rumor. Don’t fret if you are not able to recall it. We told you that Alia and Ranbir would promote their upcoming project, ‘Brahmastra,’ as ‘husband’ and ‘wife’. The rumor turned out to be true.
Well, Alia is damn lucky. Want to know the reason why? Imagine you had a crush on someone when you were a kid and marrying the same person years later. It sounds like a dream and isn’t possible in real life. But our gorgeous bride Alia Bhatt has made this possible.
The newlywed bride and groom will be seen together in ‘Brahmastra’ for the uninitiated. The star-studded movie is done and dusted to hit the screens in September this year.