Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor finally tied the knot in a low key ceremony in Mumbai on Thursday. The wedding was graced by their family members and close friends. In an interview, Alia Bhatt’s half-brother revealed some details about the wedding.
In a chat with India Today, Rahul mentioned that the preparations for the wedding were “exquisite” and the food was “outstanding.” He added that “overall, it was a lovely wedding.” Rahul said, “Both the groom (Ranbir) and the bride (Alia) looked like a prince and princess. They are made for each other. I don’t think it gets any better than that.”
He further said that “Alia has made a very good choice in Ranbir. He is a nice guy. He will take care of her. He will love her and respect her well. He is a cultured man. I wished him well. Alia’s choices of films are good and she has also made the right choice in her life partner.”
He further mentioned in the interview that the bride and groom took only 4 pheras and he explained the significance of each phera. “Interestingly, there were not seven but four pheras at the wedding,” he said. He added that he was also a part of the ceremony where the brothers were needed.
Several videos and photos surfaced online after the wedding, here is one video of the varmala ceremony:
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Ranbir picks up her dulhania Alia as they made their first public appearance as newlyweds:
Alia Bhatt shared photos from her special day on social media:
Alia Bhatt’s BFF Akasha Ranjan Kapoor shared a picture of newlyweds on her Instagram story and captioned it as “To Love, To Life, L’Chaim”
Here are some other photos from the grand Bollywood wedding:
Kareena Kapoor shares a couple of pictures with Saif, his son Jeh, Karan Johar:
Karishma Kapoor shared her picture with the newlyweds:
Karan Johar danced on ‘Radha’ at Ranbir Alia’s Mehendi ceremony:
We wish the couple all the best in their new life!
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