Celebrities joined in congratulating Bollywood stars Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor as the couple announced the birth of their first child. The celebrity couple, who tied the knot in April this year, also posted the birth announcement on Instagram with an excited message on Sunday.
Bollywood stars Akshay Kumar, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Madhuri Dixit and many others joined in to congratulate the couple. Bhatt’s father filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt was also very happy with this news.
“It is overwhelming to taste the ceaseless flow of life. It was just yesterday when Alia was a little baby who I carried in my arms. Now, she is a mumma to a baby girl,” she was quoted as saying by Hindustan Times. Referred to. “Moments like this are called watershed moments by human culture. It only leaves you with the deepened feeling of this sense of mystery about life,” he added.
Hollywood actress Gal Gadot, Bhatt’s co-star in the upcoming Netflix film Heart of Stone, also commented on the birth announcement, writing, “Congratulations.”
The film also marks Bhatt’s Hollywood debut and also stars Jamie Dornan. Bhatt is reportedly playing an Indian-American intelligence operative named Maya Singh. Alia Bhatt had earlier spoken to Variety magazine that she is filming while pregnant.
“It was my first Hollywood big English picture experience and I had quite a task at hand because I was shooting for the first time an action movie,” said Alia Bhatt. “But I’m also pregnant so there were so many layers for me to deal with. But they made it so seamless and so easy and so comfortable for me. It’s something that I will never forget because of how beautifully and how well I was treated,” he said.
Alia Bhatt also said that she was impressed with the safety precautions taken on the sets and that the team took good care of her, especially when she felt at home while shooting in London.
Alia Bhatt gave birth at HN Reliance Hospital in Mumbai on Sunday, Hindustan Times reported. The couple announced the pregnancy in June.
Last month, Bhatt was also honored as part of Time magazine’s inaugural Time 100 Impact Awards held in Singapore. She was known for her acting roles as well as her advocacy on mental health issues, source reported.