Alia became Ranbir's bride, not 7 but with 4 vows, reason is very special

Bollywood's most famous couple Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt have now become husband and wife. The couple got married on April 14 and the two tied the knot with seven births. Let us tell you all that Ranbir-Alia's fans were eagerly waiting for this day and on April 14, Alia-Ranbir held each other's hands for seven births. However, you may not know that Ranbir and Alia have promised to live together for seven births, not by taking seven vows, but only by taking four vows. Yes, you may not be sure when you hear, but Alia-Ranbir changed the tradition of marriage, not seven vows, but just four vows.

In fact, Alia's brother Rahul Bhatt has told about this, along with this, the reason behind the couple doing this has also been told. Talking to a famous website, Rahul Bhatt said, "Ranbir-Alia have taken 4 not 7 vows in their wedding. There was a special pandit at their wedding. These pandits have been with the Kapoor family for many years. So he explained the importance of every round. One is for religion, one is for children. So it was all really attractive. I belong to a house where there are people of many religions. Not 7 vows, but 4 vows were taken for the record and I was there during all the four vows. Now let's talk about the reception after the wedding.

So yesterday, Neetu Kapoor along with daughter Riddhima and son-in-law Bharat Sahni came in front of the media and said thank you to the paparazzi and during this time when the paparazzi questioned her about the reception, she made it clear that there is no reception going to take place. At the same time, she said that everything is done and now you should go home comfortably and go to sleep.

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