By Atul Mishra Last Updated:
Falling in love is the most beautiful feeling in this world, perhaps even more than being in love. What do you want the most when you have confessed your feelings to that someone special, and she/he yelled 'Yes!' and hugged you? After sending some time with each other, you surely want to move in together, right? And the same goes for our favourite celebrities in the Tinseltown. We know of many B-town couples who have been in a live-in relationship before taking the nuptial plunge. (Suggested Read: Deepika Padukone And Ranveer Singh Attend A Friend's Wedding Together And Are A Sight To Behold)
Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt, Bollywood’s freshest and most talented couple, are perhaps going through the same feeling these days. Having known each other for long and being in a relationship for almost a year now, reports of Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt planning to move in together have been rife.
Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt were recently snapped outside an architectural firm called TPA. TPA stands for Talati and Panthaky associated designers, which is a design and consultancy firm specialising in architecture, interior design and construction administration. Soon reports churned the media mills that Ranbir and Alia are going to move in together. However, Alia Bhatt later told Bollywood Hungama, “Nothing of the sort. It is a place I’ve bought as my office space. Yes, I’ve started my own production house. I’ve named it Eternal Sunshine Productions. Do you like it?”
However, reports of the two planning to try out a live-in relationship are still doing rounds. But it seems that Ralia (as fans fondly call them) will have to wait for it. Why? Well, as per reports, Ranbir Kapoor is planning to shift with his parents, Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Kapoor after they return from the US where Rishi ji is undergoing treatment for an unspecified illness. A media report has claimed, “The recent circumstances (father Rishi Kapoor’s illness) has brought Ranbir close to his father. He wants to spend maximum time with his parents.”
On September 29, 2018, after reports of Rishi Kapoor’s alleged cancer broke the internet, the man himself had tweeted, “I am taking a short leave of absence from work to go to America for some medical treatment. I urge my well-wishers not to worry or unnecessarily speculate. It's been 45 years 'plus' of wear and tear at the movies. With your love and good wishes, I will be back soon!” (Must Read: Alia Bhatt Thanks Her Beau, Ranbir Kapoor For Making Her Heart Shine And Her Eyes Smile)
As we mentioned, Rishi Kapoor is currently undergoing treatment in New York. His daughter, Riddhima Sahni Kapoor and his brother, Randhir Kapoor have been quite vocal about Rishi ji’s health updates. Riddhima had recently stated, “He's fine, nothing to worry about. I was never worried anyway. He's just getting his routine tests done, like he said on Twitter, after so many years of wear and tear. He's getting everything done, so hoping for the best."
On the other hand, Rishi Kapoor’s brother, Randhir Kapoor, had told the Hindustan Times recently, “I don’t know much about it but this much I can tell you that Rishi is doing well, that’s all. Let people say whatever they want to. That he is doing is well is evident from the photo that I, too, have seen. He is having a good time with everyone and has stepped out to enjoy a good meal. He will soon be coming back to India. We are looking forward to that right now.”
Randhir ji had further added, “We don't know yet what is the exact nature of his ailment. Rishi himself doesn't know what he's suffering from. He has not even started undergoing tests there; how can people speculate that he has cancer and that too, one that has escalated to an advanced stage.” (Also Read: Sharad Malhotra Got Sad On Wife, Ripci Bhatia's Vidaai Ceremony As She Cried, Videos Inside)
Well, looks like Ranbir and Alia will have to wait for a while to go into a live-in relationship. But that’s totally cool, right? After all, Rishi Kapoor’s health is the most pressing issue at hand for the Kapoor khaandaan.