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Alia Bhatt wishes Ranbir’s Mom Shares Picture with Ranbir Kapoor

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Its a big day for Neetu Kapoor the mother of Ranbir Kapoor and wife of Rishi Kapoor. On this big day, Alia was first to wish her happy birthday to wish her as she happens to be her boyfriend’s mom. She shared a special picture with her with a cool message wishing her on her big day as the lady turns 54 today. While wishing her on 55th Birthday, she said may this day comes with loads of love and laughter and cake. She ended by saying sending her the tightest and biggest hug as possible.

We know Neetu Kapoor is in the US for her husband’s treatment who is suffering from Cancer since the past one year or so. Both Alia and Ranbir have often visited the couple and recently were there with Neetu and Rishi Kapoor along with their daughter Riddhima Kapoor Sahni. Since past few months, there were several B Town actors who have visited Rishi Kapoor to check his well being including Vicky Kaushal, Deepika Padukone, Boman Irani, Alia Bhatt, Aamir Khan, Salman Khan, Sonali Bendra, Priyanka Chopra and Javed Akhtar to name a few.

Rishi and Neetu Kapoor have already approved the relationship of his son with Alia and they are looking ahead to get settled down in the coming year with a marriage. They have been in a relationship since they started working for their film Brahamastra by Ayan Mukherji. The film happens to be a fantasy epic, which will be told in three parts. The film also has Big B and Mouni Roy in it. Besides, this film, Alia is also in two more movies – Sadak 2 by Mahesh Bhatt and Inshallah by Salman Khan. Well, talking about the picture she posted at Twitter, have a look at it as under:

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