Rishi Kapoor on Ranbir and Alia's marriage

"It is high time he got married. I settled down when I was 27, Ranbir is 35. So he should think about marriage."

Ranbir Kapoor, are you listening? Daddy Rishi Kapoor wants you to get married.

Yes, in an interview to a leading tabloid, the 65-year-old actor has said that he wants to see Ranbir settled.

Rishi Kapoor was quoted saying, "It is high time he got married. I settled down when I was 27, Ranbir is 35. So he should think about marriage. He can marry anyone of his choice; we don't have any objection to it. I want to spend time with my grandchildren before I am gone,"

The actor further added, "[Be it] Ranbir or his contemporaries, actors have blinkers on and are focused on their work. The only women they meet are the actresses. They don't socialise as much; that is the flipside of life in the movies. I haven't been vocal about it, but my wife [Neetu Kapoor] keeps bringing it up with him and he just brushes the question away. Whenever he is ready for it, we will be happy. Our happiness lies in his happiness, after all,"

Meanwhile, Ranbir Kapoor is dating his Brahmastra co-star Alia Bhatt. Reports of Ranbir and Alia dating started doing the rounds on social media after they arrived together at Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja's reception in May. And later Ranbir confessed dating the ‘Raazi’ actress in an interview.

So guys do you want to see Ranbir and Alia hitched? Do let us know in the comments section below.

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