Ranbir Kapoor has married Alia Bhatt, and it was the late actor Rishi Kapoor’s only wish to see his son married. However, fate had other plans. Ranbir Kapoor married Alia Bhatt, the love of his life, in his home last night in front of friends and family.
After Rishi Kapoor’s death, they didn’t want to do anything lavish, therefore their wedding was tiny.
Neetu Kapoor, who was missing Rishi Kapoor a lot during the wedding festivities, shared a selfie with her son Ranbir Kapoor that was dedicated to him. “This is in honor of Kapoor Saab. Your wish has been fulfilled, “Neetu shared a photo on Instagram.
At their son Ranbir’s wedding, Neetu Kapoor appeared the happiest; she carried out all of the rites according to her wishes and was overjoyed that she found the perfect girl for her son in Alia Bhatt.
Neetu Kapoor wrote Rishi Kapoor’s name in her hand with Mehendi
During her son Ranbir Kapoor’s wedding reports, Neetu Kapoor remained tight-lipped, but on the Mehendi day, April 13, she disclosed that the wedding would take place on April 14 at Vastu. While posing for the photographers last night, she stated that there would be no reception and that the wedding festivities were done.
As husband and wife, Alia and Ranbir Kapoor looked stunning. They even got together after the ceremony and posed for the paparazzi. Later, Ranbir took Alia up in his arms and sent his admirers into a frenzy. Fans of Ranalia couldn’t stop gushing about them.
They did indeed appear to be the most BEAUTIFUL couple ever. Rahul Bhatt, Alia’s half-brother, revealed the news to the media, saying, “The duo took only 4 pheras.” He (the pandit) explained the meanings of each of the symbols. It was a fascinating experience.
Ek hota hain dharm ke liye, ek hota hain santaan ke liye, ek hota hain dharm ke liye, ek hota hain santaan ke liye, ek hota ha This is the first time we’ve seen anything like it. I grew up in a multi-ethnic family. So that was fascinating. For the record, instead of seven pheras, there were four.” Thank you, Ranbir Kapoor and Alia, for restoring our faith in fairy tales.