Alia Bhatt discusses how her "nuclear family" was different and claims that the Kapoors do aarti, di
Updated: Jul 18
On the seventh season of Koffee With Karan, Alia Bhatt discussed the adjustments she underwent after being married to Ranbir Kapoor. Now that the couple became parents for the first time.
Alia Bhatt, who wed Ranbir Kapoor in April of this year, is the newest member of the Kapoor clan. She and her Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Kahani co-star Ranveer Singh made their first appearance as guests on Karan Johar's program Koffee With Karan 7. Alia said in the program how she felt about the Kapoor family's customs.
Alia discussed her journey from growing up in a nuclear household to marrying into Bollywood's first family in the first episode of the show. I was raised by my mother (Soni Razdan), my sister (Shaheen Bhatt), and my father, she stated (Mahesh Bhatt). There it was. We didn't talk to each other very much. Although we were a small family, we were very close. These huge gatherings and celebrations were absent from our lives. Everyone followed their agenda. Enter the Kapoor family, where everything is accomplished as a unit. You all eat together, perform aarti together, and do everything else. It was adorable. Because of the Kapoor family, I have experienced so many cultural and familial moments that they have completely added a new layer to my life.
Following a five-year relationship, Alia and Ranbir Kapoor got married on April 14. Only their closest friends and family members were present during their private wedding at Ranbir's home in Mumbai, Vastu. The couple just revealed that they are expecting their first child, two months after their marriage.
Alia announced her pregnancy by writing on Instagram, "Our baby..... arriving soon." She posted a photo of Ranbir standing by her side from her ultrasound appointment. A photo of a lion, lioness, and their youngster was also included. The next movie starring Alia and Ranbir will be Ayan Mukerji's Brahmastra, which debuts on September 9.