In November this year, Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor embraced parenthood as they welcomed their first child, daughter Raha Kapoor. The couple is currently spending time with their baby girl and has been busy fulfilling their parents' duties. Recently, a photo of Alia breastfeeding her daughter has gone viral on social media. And, if you are wondering whether this picture is real, let us tell you, this photo is fake and morphed. Alia and Ranbir are yet to share the first glimpse of their daughter with fans.
As reported by Bollywoodlife, Alia’s face has been morphed in this fake click. Some internet user has morphed the actress’ face with some other lady who is seen breastfeeding a child. This picture has taken the internet by storm. Interestingly, Alia is not the first celebrity mom to face this, earlier, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's fake picture from the hospital holding a baby and Kareena Kapoor’s morphed photo with Jeh had gone viral in past. ALSO READ: Alia Bhatt Is Concerned About Her Newborn Baby's Privacy, Decides To Go For No Picture Policy; Actress Says, 'Don’t Want Intrusion Into My Child’s Life'
Meanwhile, it is being reported that Alia and Ranbir’s little girl Raha will be making her first public appearance at the Kapoor family’s annual Christmas Lunch at Randhir Kapoor's home. The Brahmāstra couple may attend the family get-together with their daughter this year. Needless to say, fans are eagerly waiting to see the first glimpse of Raha.
In an Instagram post, Alia revealed that her mother-in-law Neetu Kapoor named her daughter Raha and also explained its significance in different languages. The Raazi actress had written, “The name Raha (chosen by her wise and wonderful Dadi) has so many beautiful meanings...Raha, in its purest form means divine path in Swahili. She is joy, In Sanskrit, Raha is a clan. In Bangla - rest, comfort, relief. In Arabic peace, it also means happiness, freedom and bliss. And true to her name, from the first moment we held her - we felt it all. Thank you Raha, for bringing our family to life, it feels as though our lives have only just begun.”