For the past two days, the news of Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor getting married next week (April 15-16) has been making headlines. While the news of RK reserving the banquet hall of his residential complex for 7-8 days made the headlines this morning, we now have more details regarding their wedding festivities and the big day.
According to the latest media report, Ranbir and Alia will become Sabyasachi’s bride and groom for their wedding. Scroll below for details on what they’ll be wearing – colors, parts and more below.
And now, thanks to a report from Bollywoodlife, we have details on what and who Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor will be wearing for their wedding festivities and the big day. A well-placed source informed the portal, “Alia and Ranbir may be having an intimate wedding, but they will go all out with their outfits. The couple will match each outfit according to function.
Sharing details of Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor’s wedding ensemble and party outfits, the source added, “For the wedding day, they will be the Sabyasachi bride and groom. Bollywood’s favorite designer, Sabyasachi, is preparing his outfits for months now and this is going to be extremely special and different from all the Bollywood celebrities who have chosen Sabyasachi’s outfits for their respective weddings.
Revealing more details about Alia Bhatt’s wedding ensemble, the source said, “Alia’s lehenga will be red as she is a Punjabi bride. Her veil will have all the special blessings of the Kapoor Khandhaan for their so-called ‘bahu’. As for Ranbir Kapoor, the insider added, “Ranbir is going to go for an understated yet elegant look and he’s given his girlfriend Alia Bhatt carte blanche to pick out all the wedding outfits for him.”
Well, we can’t wait to see how gorgeous they will look in their outfits on their wedding day.
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