Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt have been dating for at least three years now and when you're dating for that long, the question of taking the relationship to the next level is sure to arise. Fans have been waiting for the ball to drop and with the completion of their new home underway, sources reveal it may be happening very soon.
In 1980, the late Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Kapoor bought Krishna Raj bungalow located on Bandra's Pali Hill in Mumbai. The bungalow has been their home as well as their children Ranbir and Riddhima's for close to 35 years and has been converted into a 15-storey building to accommodate the family. The first five floors of the residential tower will be kept for the Kapoors.
The Kapoors were expecting speedy re-construction of their family home so that Alia and Ranbir's Graha Pravesh — a Hindu ceremony performed on the occasion of an individual's first time entering their new house — could happen in the new home, according to Pinkvilla.
A source close to the Kapoors dished out some exclusive details to Pinkvilla. "The entire property will take six years to complete. However, the first five apartments are in process. The tower's first and second floor apartments are almost ready and believed to be of Ranbir Kapoor-Alia Bhatt and Neetu Kapoor's respectively," the source revealed, adding that rest of the apartments will be rented out.
Considering that Alia-Ranbir and Neetu's floors are in the process of getting ready, a wedding date will soon be announced, according to the source. They claimed that Neetu wants to follow the advice given by their family Guruji before moving into their new home.
Alia and Ranbir confirmed their relationship in 2018 and have been together since.