Alia-Ranbir initial destination wedding plans but Covid fear changed plans
Newlyweds couple Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor were recently married. It was an intimate affair that included only close family members. The couple tied the knot on April 14 and the wedding was held at Ranbir’s Bandra house, Vastu. Neetu Kapoor, Ranbir’s mother revealed that they initially planned for Alia-Ranbir initial destination wedding back in South Africa in 2020. However, the onset of Corona changed the plans. Also, she told that both Alia and Ranbir wanted an intimate wedding, with only close friends and guests.
Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt Wedding Dress
Newlyweds wore Sabyasachi outfits
During Alia-Ranbir wedding, the couple wore designer’s Sabyashachi’s outfit. While Ranbir Kapoor wore Sabyasachi Sherwani that included the silk organza safa, Alia dressed in a hand-dyed organza Sari. Also Ranbir’s shawl had a lot of zari embroidery work and Alia’s sari accompanied a heavy embroidered veil. She made it personal and had her wedding date stitched on her dress.
Actress Alia looked beautiful in her natural looks. She applied minimal makeup and Mehendi. Only the back and front of the hands with floral designs and the number 8, Ranbir’s lucky number. Her groom to be , Ranbir Kapoor also complimented with a heart-shaped Mehendi design with Alia’s name written on his hand.
Alia’s wedding jewelry, Mangal sutra and Kalire also featured the number 8 infinity symbol. Number 8 is Ranbir Kapoor’s favorite and lucky number.
A strange event happened during Alia-Ranbir’s wedding. The couple took 4 Pheras instead of 7. There was a special pandit who explained the significance of each Pheras. In a traditional Hindu wedding, there are usually 7 rounds of Pheras that groom and bride takes. However the couple took 4 rounds around the holy fire.
On The Work Front
Both Alia and Ranbir upcoming movie Brahmastra is expected on September this year. Besides, Alia’s new movie ‘Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Kahani’ is also in the pipeline. Ranbir’s upcoming movies are ‘Animal’ and ‘Shamshera’.