While promoting the film, Neetu told during an interview how life changes after marriage and especially after Ranbir’s marriage life has changed for his family. Neetu said that “I am the happiest today. He has given her a lot of love and warmth.
Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt tied the knot in April this year. After dating each other for five years, the two got married at their Bandra home in the presence of friends and family. Two months have passed since the marriage and both are busy with their work after marriage. Recently, Ranbir’s mother and actress Neetu Kapoor has made a big disclosure about Alia and Ranbir’s married life. Let us tell you that Neetu is currently waiting for the release of her upcoming film Jugjug Jio.
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While promoting the film, Neetu told during an interview how life changes after marriage and especially after Ranbir’s marriage life has changed for his family. Neetu said that “I am the happiest today. She has given her so much love and warmth. I feel the change in her. They look good together. I am very happy and feel lucky that Alia has come into our family.” Actually Ranbir has changed and I am very satisfied. Woh tension hota hai na, shaadi nahi hui, shaadi nahi hui. Now the marriage has happened.
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Alia and Ranbir’s wedding took place in a very private manner with only 40 guests, all of whom were either family members or very close friends. Neetu said “This marriage has set an example for many people. You don’t have to have a big wedding. You should have a wedding where you are happy and the family can enjoy. We work in making other people happy. Lagte hai, we should enjoy it.” Neetu’s film Jugjug Jio also stars Anil Kapoor, Varun Dhawan and Kiara Advani. Directed by Raj Mehta, the film will release on June 24. Meanwhile, Ranbir and Alia will be seen together for the first time this year in Ayan Mukerji’s Brahmastra, which will release in September.