Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor’s photos from their magical wedding and other celebrations have gone viral on the internet. With the couple’s families and friends praising them, social media has been swamped with behind-the-scenes photos from the huge giant Bollywood wedding.
Following Alia’s mother’s emotional tweet about ‘gaining a son,’ Alia’s father, Mahesh Bhatt’s heartfelt photo is just unmissable.
Alia Bhatt is a British actress of Indian descent who was born on March 15, 1993. She is best known for her work in Hindi cinema, for which she has won multiple awards, including four Filmfare Awards. She has been on Forbes India’s Celebrity 100 list since 2014 and Forbes Asia’s 30 Under 30 list in 2017. She is one of India’s highest-paid actors.
Ranbir Raj Kapoor is an Indian actor who was born on September 28, 1982. He is one of the highest-paid actors in Hindi cinema and has appeared on Forbes India’s Celebrity 100 list since 2012. He is known for his work in Hindi-language films and is one of the highest-paid actors in Hindi cinema. Kapoor has won numerous accolades, including six Filmfare Awards.
Pooja Bhatt, Alia’s stepsister, and actor, uploaded various photos from the extravagant nuptials while expressing her best wishes to the newlyweds, but the picture of Mahesh Bhatt hugging his son-in-law Ranbir emotionally drew the attention of the viewers. Shortly after the Sadak actor posted it, the picture went viral, leaving everyone speechless.
Mahesh Bhatt’s touching photo with Ranbir Kapoor has gone viral.
She stated in the note that she has gained not only a boy but also a lovely family and that she is confident that her daughter will always be happy with them. “They believe that you lose a girl when you have a son.”
Apart from Alia’s parents, Shaheen Bhatt, Alia’s sister, also welcomed Ranbir into the family with some never-before-seen wedding photos.
Shaheen spoke to Ranbir and Alia as her “two favorite persons in the world” in her beautiful note. She expressed her admiration for the pair by saying that their ‘strange, joyful little tribe’ became a ‘whole lot weirder and happier’ as a result of the wedding.