Alia Bhatt's cryptic post amidst discussion on citizenship, gave a befitting reply!

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
4 Min Read

Lok Sabha elections are going on in the country. Recently, voting for the fifth phase took place in Mumbai, Maharashtra. Many well-known Bollywood celebrities exercised their franchise. These included everyone from Salman Khan to Amitabh Bachchan and Ranbir Kapoor. When Ranbir reached the polling booth alone and wife Alia Bhatt was not seen with him, people started discussing his citizenship. Meanwhile, Alia has shared a cryptic post on social media, reading which it seems that she has given a befitting reply to those who questioned her citizenship. It is known that Alia is not an Indian citizen. He holds a British passport. His mother Soni Razdan also holds a British passport. Amidst all this, Alia Bhatt has shared a mysterious post on her Instagram account. However, it cannot be confirmed whether this has anything to do with the ongoing discussion on the internet regarding his citizenship. But let us show you what he has written.

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Alia Bhatt's mysterious post goes viral

Alia Bhatt's secret post

Alia Bhatt's mysterious post goes viral

31 year old Alia wrote on her Instagram story, 'Love. There is no argument, no matter how strong, that can beat that word. With this he has written in the hashtag – 'The Good Word'. Overall, she is trying to say that it does not matter to her who is saying what about her.

When Alia answered the citizenship question

It is known that during the promotion of her first Hollywood film 'Heart of Stone' with Gal Gadot and Jamie Dornan, Alia had answered the most Googled questions about herself. One of these questions was – Is Alia Bhatt British? When Gal Gadot asked Alia if she was a British citizen, the 'Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Story' star agreed, saying, 'My mother was born in Birmingham, but I was born and brought up in India. Am. ' When Gal Gadot asked him, 'Have you spoken British English your whole life?' So Alia replied, 'My grandmother lived in England her whole life, so my grandmother's accent is English.'

Soni Razdan had said- My mother had got a British passport made.

Earlier, Alia's mother Soni Razdan had told that even though Alia was born in the UK, she spent most of her life in India. She told The Indian Express, 'I was born in the UK, but we moved to Bombay (now Mumbai) when I was three months old. My mother got a British passport for me. We lived in South Bombay and I studied at Bombay International School, which was started by my parents. As far as my passport is concerned, why should anyone tell me what I should do about it? As a citizen of the world, it is my choice and right to decide which passport I want.

Alia will be seen in these films

Talking about the work front, Alia will be seen in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's film 'Love and War' alongside Ranbir Kapoor and Vicky Kaushal. She also has 'Brahmastra 2' and Karan Johar's 'Jigra'. Alia is also the producer of the film 'Jigra'. Recently she was seen wearing a sari at the world's prestigious event Met Gala 2024 and won everyone's heart with her Indian look.

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