The fake invitation card of Alia and Ranbir had taken the internet by storm. The card went viral as it showed the Alia Bhatt would be getting engaged to Ranbir Ranbir Kapoor on 22nd January 2020 at the Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur. It was a beautiful blue coloured card which could be read as “Mrs. Neetu & Mr. Rishi Kapoor cordially invite you for the Sagan Ceremony of their son Ranbir with Aliya (D/o Mrs. Soni & Mr. Mukesh Bhatt on Wednesday, 22th January, 2020 05:00 pm onwards.”
One of the most noticeable things was, the name of Alia was misspelt on the invite. And the card also mentions that Alia is the daughter of Soni Razdan and Mukesh Bhatt while Mukesh is Alia’s paternal uncle and all of us are well aware that she is the daughter of filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt. While Soni Razan told, “It’s a non-issue. Please, don’t give these miscreants more publicity than they deserve” to Times of India, Mukesh Bhatt pointed out the several mistakes in the card and said, “Alia is busy shooting for ‘Sadak 2’ in Ooty. I have got a call from all over the country inquiring about the same. How can it be real? It’s sad. There are so many mistakes on the card.”
However, Alia laughed off the wedding rumours. While she addressed the media warmly, it was obvious that the question of her engagement with Ranbir was bound to crop up. When the photographers quizzed the actress about the wedding invite, she laughed off and said, “Kya bataun?” The video of Alia reacting to the news of fake wedding invite is going viral.
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This isn’t the first time fans have created a fake picture, inciting rumours of Alia and Ranbir’s marriage. Earlier, a fan-made wedding photograph of the two went viral on social media.
On the work front, Ranbir and Alia are all set to share the screen space for the first time in Ayan Mukerji’s fantasy drama ‘Brahmastra’. Apart from that, Alia will be next seen in ‘Sadak 2′, Takht’, ‘RRR’ and ‘Gangubai Kathiawadi’.