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Alia Bhat, Ranbhir Kapoor To Marry In Home Town Kashmir?

Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor have been making headlines ever since they affirmed that they are dating and could get married. Bollywood fans are fixated on how their relationship progresses as both Bhatt and Kapoor have had a series of affairs. Now, things may change for the good!

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Yes, the loved up duo seems to be ready to take the plunge and maybe planning to tie the knot next year, as reported by Times of India. Although the couple had earlier repealed rumours of their imminent wedding, sources have revealed that a wedding is, in fact, very much on the cards for the two, and both could get married in Jammu and Kashmir.

Alia has strong connections with the Kashmir Valley where she shot her award-winning movie Raazi with Meghna Gulzar in 2017. Additionally,  Alia’s mother – Soni Razdan is a Kashmiri pandit who was born to a German woman, and Narendra Nath Razdan, a Kashmiri Pandit.

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Sources also revealed that the two will be taking time off from their busy work schedules to plan the affair and have a grand destination wedding that is sure to be one for the books. Safe to say, their fans will surely be pleased if this news turns out to be true.

This isn’t the first time though that there has been speculation around their wedding; a few months back the internet was lit up with fake news of their wedding ceremony, complete with an invitation card and a confirmed wedding date, which was of course rubbished.

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Their wedding destination, Kashmir Valley has been hit by communications blockade by the Indian government and has crossed over four months. On the night of Aug. 4, hours before repealing 76-year-old legislation granting autonomy to the region, the Modi government blocked phones and the internet and deployed tens of thousands of soldiers “for maintaining law and order”.

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