Kapoors, Bhatts meet Panditji to fix Ranbir-Alia’s wedding date


By March end, Rishi Kapoor is returning to India and as per report of Spotboye, his first priority post return will be Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt’s nuptial.

Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt are determined to take their relationship to the next level and their respective families are also keen to have the wedding soon.

A source says, "Bhatts and Kapoors will meet a Pandit together to zero down on some auspicious dates for the shaadi and one of those dates will be finalised. There is loose talk that the Pandit meeting date has been fixed up for April. Fair enough, considering that Rishi is returning from the US, post his treatment, only in March-end."

Rishi Kapoor now wants to become a grandfather and spend some quality time with them.

In an interview to Mumbai Mirror, the veteran once said, "I'm a loving father now but there was a time when my son and I didn't get along because I was so busy. I've never given my son the liberty of being on back-slapping terms with me. There was this invisible glass pane between us. It's like history repeating itself as it seems almost like my equation with my father. Now, I want Ranbir to get married, have some kids, so I can be a grandfather and make up for everything there."

Rishi Kapoor once said in an interview that his son is 35 and it’s high time that he settles down in life, “It is high time he got married. I settled down when I was 27, Ranbir is 35. So he should think about marriage. He can marry anyone of his choice; we don't have any objection to it. I want to spend time with my grandchildren before I am gone.” He further shared, “[Be it] Ranbir or his contemporaries, actors have blinkers on and are focused on their work. The only women they meet are the actresses. They don't socialise as much; that is the flipside of life in the movies”, the veteran actor said.  

Mahesh Bhatt too has no objection in Ranbir-Alia’s relationship.“It’s very obvious that [Ranbir-Alia] are making no bones about talking to people about them being intimate. And I don’t belong to that category of parents who’d advise their children about their personal choices. Alia is an adult and it’s a matter that she has to resolve. It’s their life, their space. I respect and admire them for choosing to talk to the world when, and if, they want to do”, the filmmaker quips.