Alia Bhatt turns up in yellow sharara for Rishi Kapoor’s welcome party
Veteran actor Rishi Kapoor is back in India and is nowadays catching up with friends and family after his long stay in London for treatment. Recently, a welcome party was organised for the actor at his residence. And, his son’s girlfriend, actor Alia Bhatt too joined in to be a part of the celebrations.
Alia looked pretty in a yellow sharara with a kurta and to complete the look she had let her hair loose. Her relationship with actor Ranbir Kapoor has been going strong for a while now. Their closeness has eventually made the bond between the families of the two actors even stronger.
The family members had put up a huge golden balloon with the words, “Welcome back dad” written on it. Neetu Singh had shared a picture of their house with the caption, “This simple ballon has so much Warmth Love and belonging.”
Alia has been spotted spending time with the Kapoor family on a number of occasions. She was also a part of the New Year’s Eve celebrations with the Kapoor family and had paid visits to rishi Kapoor and Neetu Kapoor during their stay in New York.
Rishi Kapoor returned home two days back on September 10 with wife Neetu Kapoor. He had announced his arrival on Twitter. He wrote, “BACK HOME!!!!!! 11 Months 11 days! Thank you all!” He was stationed in New York for the cancer treatment. Over the course of his treatment, he was visited by a number of celebrities who include Shah Rukh Khan, Aamir Khan, Priyanka Chopra, Karan Johar, Arjun Kapoor, and Riteish Deshmukh among others.
Rishi’s friend Anupam Kher who had been visiting the actor during his stay in New York had wrote a heartfelt post for his buddy on his return to India. He tweeted, “Dearest #NeetuKapoor and @chintskap !! Here is wishing you a safe trip back to India after being in New York for almost a year. I have mixed feelings. I am happy & sad at the same time. I am going to miss you terribly. We had a great time together. Thank you. Love & prayers.”
Rishi spent almost a year in the New York and had expressed his desire to return home for Ganpati celebrations.