Are they or are they not? Since last year rumour mills are abuzz that Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor are all set to take their relationship to the next level and get married in a traditional way. Alia stood like a rock by the Kapoor family during the sad times, when veteran actor Rishi Kapoor left for his heavenly abode on April 30. It's been more than 2 years now since Alia and Ranbir are head-over-heels in love with each other and look every bit adorable together. It was during Filmfare Awards 2019 when a Raazi actress had confessed her love for beau Ranbir Kapoor on national TV. While the wedding rumours of Alia and Ranbir don’t seem to die down anytime soon, a new video of Neetu Kapoor with Bollywood’s famous wedding Choreographer has added fuel to fire.
Industry's renowned wedding and sangeet choreographer Rajesh Singh recently shared a video of Neetu Kapoor dancing with him. The short clip sees the former actress grooving to son Ranbir Kapoor’s Ghagra song from Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani. Well, the video has left social media wondering if she’s prepping up for her son's wedding. Well, yes! Not us but after watching Neetu Kapoor dancing with Master Rajesh Singh, social media is of saying that Neetu is gearing up for Ranbir and Alia’s sangeet performance.
A user asked, “Is this for Alia and RK wedding,” while another said, “Pls don't tell me this is for Alia n Ranbir's wedding plss I hate alia.” Watch the video below and read a few more comments.
As per early reports, Ranbir and Alia are set to tie the knot in December. It was also being said that a save-the-date message has already been sent to their close friends and relatives. However, there is no official confirmation; this news has got us all excited. (ALSO READ: Alia Bhatt Orders A Sabyasachi Lehenga For Early 2020 Wedding With Ranbir Kapoor - EXCLUSIVE)
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