Alia Bhatt-Ranbir Kapoor baby: Video of actress saying she wants to name her daughter goes viral

Alia Bhatt Ranbir Kapoor
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Alia Bhatt,Ranbir Kapoorchild of: The Bollywood couple welcomed their bundle of joy, a baby girl, on Sunday. Soon after Alia and Ranbir announced the birth of their first child, an old video of the actress talking about naming her daughter went viral. The video is from when she was promoting her film Gully Boy. Ranveer singh, During the promotion, both the actors went on the sets of a dance reality show.

While talking to a contestant, Aaliya asked the young boy to write his name. While the boy could not spell it correctly, his version attracted Alia. She even said that she would name her daughter. The child called Alia as Alma. Responding to the same, the actress told him, “Alma very beautiful name, I will name my daughter Alma (Alma is a very beautiful name, I will name my daughter Alma).”

Watch Alia Bhatt’s viral video here:

Alia Bhatt, who announced her pregnancy with husband Ranbir in an Instagram post in June this year, gave birth to a baby girl on Sunday at HN Reliance Foundation Hospital and Research Center in Girgaum, Mumbai.

Shortly after the baby girl was born, Alia shared the news with a heartwarming sketch of a family of lions. She wrote on the picture: “And in the best news of our lives – our baby is here… and what a magical girl she is (heart emoji). We’re officially filled with love – blessed and obsessed parents! !! Love love love Alia and Ranbir.”

The power couple announced their pregnancy in June this year. After dating for years at Ranbir’s Mumbai residence in an intimate ceremony, the ‘Brahmastra’ couple tied the knot on April 14, 2022. Just two months after the wedding, the couple gave such a big surprise to their fans.

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