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Picture perfect: Alia Bhatt matches in white with Soni Razdan, Neetu Kapoor and Ranbir Kapoor in Mother's Day post

Updated on: 13 May,2024 09:14 AM IST  |  Mumbai
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On the occasion of Mother's Day, actress Alia Bhatt shared a picture with Ranbir Kapoor, Neetu Kapoor, Soni Razdan and Shaheen Bhatt

Picture perfect: Alia Bhatt matches in white with Soni Razdan, Neetu Kapoor and Ranbir Kapoor in Mother's Day post

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Picture perfect: Alia Bhatt matches in white with Soni Razdan, Neetu Kapoor and Ranbir Kapoor in Mother's Day post

On the occasion of Mother's Day, Alia Bhatt took to Instagram to share a picture from their celebration of the day. Alia can be seen twinning in white with her husband Ranbir Kapoor and sister Shaheen Bhatt. Soni Razdan and Neetu Kapoor also twinned in white. However, Alia and Ranbir's daughter Raha was missing from the picture. 

Sharing the picture, Alia wrote, "precious moments with my precious ones"

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Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor tied the knot in April 2022. The couple welcomed their first child in the same year whom they named Raha Kapoor. Alia celebrated her second Mother's Day after the birth of her child. While announcing the arrival of their daughter, Alia took to social media and wrote, "And in the best news of our lives… Our baby is here, and what a magical girl she is. We are officially bursting with love - blessed and obsessed parents!!! Love love love - Alia and Ranbir."

After their daughter turned a year older last year, the 'Gangubai Kathiawadi' actress spoke about her journey of parenthood while also reflecting on her privileged background which allows her to hire and seek help. 

"I steer away from giving parenting advice because I feel everybody’s journey is different. I come from a position of privilege where I can afford help if I am not available. My husband (Ranbir) and I, very early on, decided that either of us should be there, available for Raha at all times. So we are constantly splitting our roles. If I am travelling he’s home, if he’s travelling I am at home, just one of us should be with her at all times. If we cannot manage to schedule we have grandparents ready to kind of jump up and be happy helpers,” Alia said in an interview with CNBC TV18.

Alia further spoke about the challenges of balancing responsibilities between her and Ranbir. She also said that she worried about making the right decisions for her daughter Raha.

She said, “To be honest with you, the balance is never going to be easy. Women and men in our country have worked for years and have brought up kids, and kids have grown up and have become their own person. But, as a parent, as a mother, you are just always you are always worried and nervous whether you are making the right decision or not. I think the day I became a mother I opened up my life to worrying non-stop, so I am always worrying and I am just comfortable with worrying. All I can say is that I do my best and leave everything to the rest.”

Alia Bhatt was last seen in the film 'Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani' opposite Ranveer Singh. She also turned producer in 2022 with the film 'Darlings'. Recently, she turned executive producer for Richie Mehta's web series 'Poacher' which highlights the menace of elephant poaching in Kerala. The actress will next be seen in the film 'Jigra' directed by Vasan Bala. She has also been signed in for the YRF Spy Universe. 

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