Alia Bhatt to throw party for Rishi Kapoor at her residence

With Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt’s proximity, the relationship between the Bhatts and the Kapoors are going stronger with every passing day. After a yearlong stay in the USA, Rishi Kapoor is back to Mumbai with wife Neetu Kapoor. the veteran actor underwent treatment for cancer and now he is going well.

Upon returning home, son Ranbir and daughter Riddhima welcomed their father and threw a party which was also attended by Alia Bhatt. Now it is heard that the ‘Raazi’ will host a surprise party for Rishi Kapoor. it is to be noted that whether the party will be private or Alia will invite her industry friends also.

Alia and Ranbir are going strong for quite sometime and their respective parents also gave green signal to their wedding.

According to the latest buzz, Ranbir’s mother Neetu Kapoor has asked her son Ranbir to move in with Alia. Now the lovebirds are on house hunting. After breaking up with Katrina Kaif, the ‘Barfi’ actor has been living alone at his bachelor pad.

To know each other better, Neetu Kapoor has suggested Ranbir to move in with Alia. Alia Bhatt recently even bought a swanky new property which she turned into office and it is speculated Alia’s swanky apartment might be their love nest. Neetu is highly impressed with the 'Raazi' girl and she feels Alia is prefect for her beta. Rishi Kapoor also think the same about Alia. 

There are also reports floating in the air that as Rishi is now back home, both the families will formally meet and fix a date for the couple’s roka and wedding.

Lately, Alia has been vocal about Ranbir. She revealed that she is not bothered about his past life and showers praise on her beau. She said, “How does it matter? It’s part of someone’s life and who cares? Aur main thodi na kam hoon.”

She also went on to call him a better person than herself. She further said, “He's a supremely simple person. He's such a nice human being that I wish I was as good as him. As an actor, as a person, as everything. He's way better a person than I am.”