Alia Bhatt and her husband Ranbir Kapoor have finally made their wedding Instagram official. The couple married in their Mumbai Vastu apartment.
Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor have upgraded their relationship to man and wife after dating for approximately five years. The wedding was held in Mumbai’s Vastu building, where Alia and Ranbir each have their own apartment. Alia and Ranbir finally made their first public appearance and posed as Missus and Mister after the couple’s first images from their post-wedding terrace shoot went viral.
AS HUSBAND AND WIFE, ALIA-RANBIR
Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt have married! Alia, who had kept her social media updates to a minimum during her wedding, has now posted lovely photographs from her small wedding with ‘husband’ Ranbir. We can’t stop staring at the stunning photographs the married actress shared with her husband Ranbir Kapoor. Alia was stunning as a bride, and we couldn’t stop staring at her! And what about Ranbir? Shehzada (prince), as Rakhi Sawant correctly stated.
Alia’s touching post can be found here “We got married today, surrounded by our family and friends, at home on our favorite spot – the balcony where we’ve spent the last 5 years of our love. We can’t wait to make more memories together, memories full of love, laughing, comfortable silences, movie nights, amusing disputes, wine delights, and Chinese nibbles, with so much already behind us. Thank you for all of the love and light you have shown us at this difficult time. It has just added to the significance of this occasion. Ranbir and Alia are in love.”
No baraat for Ranbir
Ranbir Kapoor’s wedding would be preceded by a baraat ceremony, according to reports. However, it has been discovered that the baraat will not be held. “A rumor indicated there would be a baraat,” a source close to Ranbir Kapoor remarked. However, sources state that no permission has been sought from the Pali Hill officials to hold a baraat parade on the route leading to Vastu. The only additional permission granted is for police protection and security in and around the building to be increased after 2 p.m. As a result, there won’t be any baraat.”