Basking in the success of Gully Boy, Alia Bhatt has taken some time off to attend her best friend Devika Advani’s wedding with Varun Jain in Delhi. Alia is busy fulfilling the bridesmaid duties at the wedding. The actress, who has been sharing pictures on social media from celebrations, looked like sunshine in a sea foam Anita Dongre lehenga mix-matched with yellow choli and blue dupatta. Followed by, Anushree Reddy’s pink floral lehenga, which she wore at the Sangeet ceremony, yesterday.
A few pictures and videos from Alia’s BFF’s wedding have taken Internet by storm and you too can’t afford to miss them. On Devika’s Sangeet ceremony, her girl gang (including Alia Bhatt) performed on much-hyped song Lamberghini followed by Tony Kakkar’s Coca-Cola. Watch the pictures and videos below:
While giving a speech for her BFF Devika, Alia Bhatt revealed that they used to play a game ‘actress-actress’ when they were young. Alia used to be 'the boy' and Devika played the girl.
Meanwhile, rumours of Alia Bhatt tying the knot, this year were also afloat in B-Town. Reports suggested that the Raazi actress and Ranbir Kapoor were keen on taking their relationship to the next level. Clearing the air about her much-anticipated wedding, Alia had told DNA, “I don't understand the need for everyone to discuss this (my wedding) all the time. But then, I think to myself that it's a simple question and my answer remains the same. If I'm not getting married right now, that's what I'll say. I'm happy being in a relationship, but that doesn't mean I'm tying the knot just yet. I'm too young to think about it. When I feel there's a need to be in a stronger bond with him, we will come to it. But right now, I'm married to my work and I also have my relationship going well on the side."
On the work front, Alia’s kitty is fully with different projects, most of them being Karan Johar’s films. Bhatt is gearing up for Johar’s magnum opus Brahmastra followed by multi-starrer Kalank and KJo's historic drama, Takht which the filmmaker will direct himself.