Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor last year made their relationship official and skipped the trouble of unnecessary questioning about their dating rumors etc. But ever since Ranbir has admitted to being in a relationship with the power packed performer, Alia Bhatt, we have been seeing a lot of photos of the latter spending time with her boyfriend’s family which signals that she shares a great rapport with his parents.
Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Kapoor, Ranbir’s parents both are actors and in fact, Alia has also worked in a movie with Sr. Kapoor, Kapoor and Sons, apparently when she was dating Siddharth Malhotra. Alia Bhatt has had a great year with her last movie, Raazi being a super duper hit, is now busy promoting her much-awaited movie with Ranveer Singh, Gully Boy. During the promotions of the movie, she was asked about the equation she shares with Neetu Kapoor and the Highway actress said,
“Neetuji is a fabulous human being. I can call her a friend. She is chilled out and has a great attitude towards life and I think Ranbir gets that cool, relaxed, chilled out and mast attitude from his mother.”
And about the father, who used to be fairly active on Twitter and has often landed himself in trouble as well for it, she revealed,
“Rishiji… (smiles) the best thing about him is that he is unique. Whenever you get some time to spend with Rishiji, you just have fun with him since he is unique in his own self. One cannot learn and take away anything from him simply because there is only one Rishi Kapoor.”
Well, this certainly is a good sign for both of them. This was a subject of concern, because if reports are to be believed, Neetu Kapoor was not fond of Ranbir’s previous two girlfriends, Deepika Padukone and Katrina Kaif and going by what Alia shared and that she has only the nicest things to say about them, it only denotes that the parents surely do like her.
As we said earlier, she is often snapped with the Kapoor fam, the same happened at the New Year’s, for this time, she rang in 2019 with them. Again the perpetual question to every couple dating is asked is when they’re getting hitched. When Alia was asked the same, she put it all to rest at once and said,
“I think people should now take a break. We have had two beautiful weddings last year. I think we can chill now, watch movies, work in movies, and rest can be seen later.”
“I am not at all set to settle anywhere. No marriage plans for now. I am very settled in my life. I am very peaceful and content but that doesn’t mean I am not getting married because of that… I will get married when the time is right. Abhi time nahi aaya.”
On the work front, after Gully Boy, Alia will be seen with Varun Dhawan in Kalank along with an ensemble cast and then, around Christmas, her first movie with Ranbir Kapoor, Brahmastra will hit the theatres directed by their friend and Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani director, Ayan Mukherji. The movie also stars actors like Amitabh Bachchan, Dimple Kapadia and Mouni Roy in major roles.