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Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt’s love story needs no introduction as they have been the talk of the town ever since their relationship rumours had started buzzing. It was Alia, who had confessed her shiddat wala crush on Ranbir Kapoor on Karan Johar’s talk show, Koffee With Karan, and looks like the universe had heard her and had made her do a film, Brahmastra with Ranbir. The shooting of the film had played the Cupid for them and now their marriage will be just a formality. (Also Read: Rahul Vaidya Goes On A Vacation With His Girlfriend, Disha Parmar, Shares A Cute Picture With Her)
Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor had made their relationship official on Sonam Kapoor Ahuja and Anand S Ahuja’s wedding reception as the two had walked hand-in-hand, leaving us all happy. Ranbir and Alia are head-over-heels in love with each other and their families too have accepted them as they are often seen attending each other’s family functions. It’s been almost three years since their relationship and now, it seems that finally, 2021 will be the year when Ranbir and Alia will get hitched. Often the couple is seen visiting the site of their new house, and now, we have got a new scoop about their house.
It is said that Alia and Ranbir are getting their new pad ready before their wedding so that they can move into their new house post-wedding. Often the speculations of their wedding hit the headline, however, there is no confirmation yet. While we wait for Alia and Ranbir’s wedding, the latest buzz is that Ranbir Kapoor is planning to have a big canvas of his girlfriend, Alia Bhatt’s candid pictures in his new house. According to ETimes, Ranbir Kapoor is planning to turn the candid pictures of Alia that he has into a mosaic tile for his new home. Earlier, there were reports that Alia too has a separate corner in her house dedicated to Ranbir, where one can find his rare pictures with his family.
Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt have rubbished their wedding rumours many times, yet the reports about the same don’t seem to fade away. From Alia and Ranbir becoming a part of Kapoor and Bhatt families to Krishna Raj bungalow being renovated for their wedding, from their fake wedding card to Neetu ji preparing a dance number for Ranbir-Alia's wedding; updates about Ranbir and Alia’s marriage are often in the headlines. Amid the reports of Ranbir and Alia’s 2021 wedding, the latter had clarified in an interview with Pinkvilla, “When will I marry? Why is everyone asking me when I’m going to get married? You know I’m only 27 years old, and I think it’s too soon to get married right now.” (Must Read: Alia Bhatt Is Lost In Love And Laughter With Her Beau, Ranbir Kapoor On The Sets Of An Ad Shoot)
While Alia Bhatt had denied her 2021 wedding reports with beau, Ranbir Kapoor, the actor had confirmed that had it not been for the pandemic, the couple would have sealed the deal in 2020 only. In an interview with film critic, Rajeev Masand, when the journalist had recalled Ranbir saying that he had wanted to be married by 32 and have kids by 34 and had asked him to comment on it, the Brahmastra star had retorted, “Well, I think it would have already been sealed if the pandemic had not hit our lives. I don’t want to jinx it by saying anything. I want to tick mark that goal very soon in my life.”
Talking about Alia and Ranbir’s love story, in an interview with the GQ magazine, the actor had said, "It’s really new right now, and I don’t want to over speak. It needs time to breathe and it needs space. As an actor, as a person, Alia is — what’s the right word — flowing right now. When I see her work, when I see her act, even in life, what she gives is something that I’m aspiring to for myself." (Recommended Read: Aly Goni Turns Photographer As He Records His Girlfriend, Jasmin Bhasin's Makeup Session [Video])
Isn’t it a great gesture on behalf of Ranbir Kapoor to express his love for Alia Bhatt?
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