Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor will tie the knot on April 14th. According to HT City, a small baraat procession will leave for the venue around two or three o’clock in the afternoon. The wedding will last until the evening. The Mehendi ceremony will be held on April 13, and the Haldi ceremony will be held in the first half of April 14.
The wedding will take place at Kapoor’s home in Vastu, Bandra. “It will almost certainly take place on the seventh floor. It’s a very low-key, intimate wedding. Only 45-50 people have been invited to the wedding ceremony, including the couple’s family members and close friends, including filmmakers Karan Johar and director Ayan Mukerji,” the source confirmed. Only guests and photographers will have access to the floor where the wedding will take place, and there will be a no-phone policy in place for everyone.
According to sources, Alia Bhatt will wear a pink lehenga by designer Sabyasachi, with a dupatta by her close friend and designer Manish Malhotra. The entire wedding will be light-toned and pastel in colour. Guests will be served a variety of cuisines, ranging from chaat to Kashmiri dishes. “The majority of it will be quick bites, and there will also be a chaiwala,” an insider says.
Grishma Shah, Bhatt’s manager, is in charge of overseeing all wedding-related activities. She is collaborating with a group of ten people on all of the preparations. The wedding preparations began in mid-March. Both Kapoor and Bhatt are currently in Vastu, where all meetings are being held. An onlooker in the area says the couple hasn’t left their apartment in four days.
On April 16, the couple intends to host a gathering for their friends. “It will have between 80 and 100 guests,” said the source.
Ranbir and Alia began dating in 2017, after meeting on the sets of Brahmastra. They made their relationship public in May 2018 when they appeared together at actor Sonam Kapoor‘s wedding reception.