Ranbir Kapoor-Alia Bhatt Wanted To Get Married Abroad, Why Plan Changed Last Moment?

Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt are considered one of B-Town’s favourite couples. They often stay in the headlines for various reasons.

Two years ago, Ranbir and Alia had a simple wedding at home. But did you know that this couple had initially planned a destination wedding in South Africa? Let’s delve into the details of this matter.

Ranbir Kapoor And Alia Bhatt wanted to have a destination wedding in South Africa

When it comes to Bollywood’s favourite couples, Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt’s names are at the top. Their pairing is highly favoured by fans, and they frequently capture the limelight due to their professional and personal lives.

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But did you know that Ranbir and Alia wanted to have a destination wedding in South Africa, not Mumbai? Ranbir Kapoor’s mother, Neetu Singh, who starred in the film Ramayana, has now made a big revelation about their wedding planning.

Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt got married at home in Mumbai two years ago. In an interview with Film Companion, Alia’s mother-in-law, Neetu Singh, made a surprising disclosure.

Neetu revealed that Ranbir and Alia had finalized South Africa as their destination wedding location. However, they later dropped this plan.

The reason was that after mutual agreement, they realized they did not want the stress of a big event and preferred to have a simple wedding.

As a result, they had a wedding at home in Mumbai, with around 40 guests in attendance. Alia felt that for her wedding, she wanted to get ready in her room, go to the makeup room, and then proceed directly to the wedding mandap.

In terms of their professional work, Ranbir and Alia’s pairing was first seen on the silver screen in director Ayan Mukerji’s film “Brahmastra.” In the future, they will once again captivate audiences on the big screen in director Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s upcoming movie “Love and War.”