It’s high time Ranbir got married: Rishi Kapoor

Actor revealed he has no reservations about who his son decides to wed

Entertainment Desk July 23, 2018

Ranbir Kapoor is riding high with his latest release Sanju dominating the box office. While he is hell-bent upon focusing on his career, his father Rishi Kapoor has other plans for him. In a recent interview with Mid-Day, the 102 Not Out star shared it’s time for Ranbir to get married.

“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,” The Indian Express quoted Rishi as saying. The actor, who will soon be seen in Mulk, added, “I haven’t been vocal about it, but my wife Neetu [Kapoor] keeps bringing it up with him and he just brushes the question away. Whenever he is ready for it, we will be happy. Our happiness lies in his happiness, after all.”

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News of Ranbir and Alia Bhatt being together has been making headlines for quite some time now. Earlier, the Tamasha actor had also opened up about his relationship with his Brahmastra co-star. We have also spotted Alia spending quality time with Neetu and Ranbir’s sister Riddhima Kapoor. Speaking about the couple, Rishi said, “Jo hai woh hai, sabko pata hai (Whatever it is, everyone knows). I don’t need to say anything more.”

Talking about his ladylove, Ranbir previously said, “As an actor, as a person, Alia is – what’s the right word? – flowing right now. When I see her work, when I see her act, even in life, what she gives is something that I’m aspiring to for myself. It’s new for us, so let it cook a bit.”

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Speaking about the best thing about being newly in love, Ranbir stated, “It always comes with a lot of excitement. It’s a new person, it comes with new beats. Old tricks become new tricks again – you know, being charming and romantic, all of that. I think I’m more balanced today. I value relationships more. I can appreciate hurt and what it does to a person much more than I could a couple years back.”

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