Veteran actress Soni Razdan and her filmmaker husband Mahesh Bhatt never fails to give us major couple goals. Oh, and, today, Soni Razdan decided to walk down memory lane with a throwback gem from their family album. Here, we can see a candid moment shared by Soni Razdan and Mahesh Bhatt. The black and white frame is pure gold. Along with the picture, Soni Razdan wrote, “Blast from the past,” with a heart emoji. Fans have flooded the comments section with red heart emojis.
Before this, Soni Razdan shared glimpses of the Christmas festivities. On the occasion, Kapoors and Bhatts came together to have a blast. Neetu Kapoor, Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Mahesh Bhatt, Pooja and Shaheen Bhatt were part of the festivities. Soni Razdan also shared an adorable frame featuring her darling daughters Alia and Shaheen. She captioned it, “It’s a holly jolly Christmas. Also, a great time to get these two together at one time at home.”
Now, look at this cute frame featuring Soni Razdan and Alia Bhatt. Isn’t Alia looking cute with that reindeer hairband?
Alia Bhatt also shared snippets from the Christmas celebrations. She shared a bunch of pictures featuring herself, husband Ranbir Kapoor and their family on Instagram. The side note read, “It’s the best time of year .. with the best people in the world. Merry merry always from my family to yours.”
From getting married to welcoming their little bundle of joy to the world, it has been a wonderful year for Alia Bhatt, Ranbir Kapoor and their families. The couple welcomed their daughter Raha in November. Soni Razdan, who was extremely elated with the arrival of her granddaughter, wrote on Instagram, “Oh happy day! So much gratitude to life for this amazing wonderful blessing of a gift. Thank you all for your wishes of love. Our collective cup runneth over.”
Meanwhile, Alia Bhatt will soon make her Hollywood debut with Heart Of Stone, co-starring Gal Gadot. She also has Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Kahani in the kitty.
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