It’s not Achievement but Important! Alia Celebrated New Year with Ranbir & Co.


Well it becomes obvious that both the families of Bhatt’s and Kapoor’s are enjoying their each other company. The family bonding is getting closer and closer, as Alia Bhatt celebrated the New Year with his love Ranbir Kapoor and his family. On the other hand, in an interview, Alia said that, Ranbir is not an achievement but is very important part of her life. She says, isn’t ‘not delusional’ and has her ‘own expectations’ from films. There is too much focus on her personal life. She calls her relationship with Ranbir an important part of her life, not an achievement.

New Year

From the photos on social media, it seems, Neetu Kapoor is simply fond of Ali Bhatt. The mother of Ranbir Kapoor recently shares a family photos on Instagram. Which revealed that the Kapoor family finally decided to welcome the new addition to their family. The photo includes Rishi Kapoor, Riddhima Kapoor with her husband and daughter, son Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt. She took her official Instagram handle to wish Happy New Year 2019 to her followers with an adorable family photo.

Alia and Ranbir

The Kapoors family rang in the New Year with a family dinner and Alia Bhatt as their part of family. Sharing a picture, Riddhima wrote: “La familia Happy New year from all of us to y’all #mydaddystrongestcoolest.” Seated around the table are all of them. Alia and Ranbir can be seen sitting next to each while on one side of Alia is little Samara.

On the other hand, Ranbir Kapoor, who has been missing from the wedding receptions of two of his co-stars Deepika Padukone and Priyanka, made it there. It seems Alia Bhatt and family lunch is more important. Alia, who reportedly shares a warm friendship with both Deepika and Priyanka, too was missing from the said wedding receptions.

Alia Kapoor recently said in an interview, it’s not as if a relationship is an achievement. It is just a part – and a very important part of my life. It’s seamless as well as beautiful, and should be celebrated when it has to be. Right now, it should just be left on its own and kind of kept in a corner where it can stay safe and warm.