Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor are finally married. The couple tied the knot in an intimate ceremony on April 14 at Ranbir's Vastu house. The low-key wedding was graced by close friends and family members.
Perhaps the most highly awaited Bollywood wedding is upon us. Ranbir Kapoor will tie the knot with Alia Bhatt a few days from now. While various reports have been doing the rounds, a source revealed that the RK Bungalow in Chembur is in the process of being decked up for the big day.
The wedding that everyone’s been eagerly waiting for may happen a lot sooner than anticipated. ETimes has exclusive confirmation that Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt could get married in the second week of April.
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver’s marriage is officially over more than 10 years after the award-winning journalist petitioned to end her then-25-year marriage to the action star and former California governor. A Los Angeles judge finalized the divorce on Tuesday, court records show.
TOKYO, Oct 27: Japanese Princess Mako quietly married a commoner without traditional wedding celebrations Tuesday and said their marriage — delayed three years and opposed by some — “was a necessary choice to live while cherishing our hearts.”
Bollywood actress Dia Mirza got married to businessman Vaibhav Rekhi on February 15, 2021, in an intimate ceremony. The couple tied the knot at Bandra at Vaibhav’s house. Dia and Vaibhav made their first appearance as man and wife in front of the paparazzi and interacted with them
KATHMANDU, Aug 28: Differences among lawmakers and indecision among the top political leadership over whether to require a threshold period for naturalization through marriage has stalled the citizenship bill in parliamentary committee for a year.
My wife knows it all but still, I have an honest confession to make. I am a culprit of reinforcing the age-old patriarchal practice of welcoming the bride into bridegroom’s place. I got married in October 2018. Post the October event, I have come across several instances where I have had to battle a self-imposed mental entanglement, primarily originating from my conscience. Here are three stories of entanglement.
An old interview of Brad Pitt has caught the attention of the netizens. In the interview, Brad Pitt has opened about his marriage with actress Jennifer Aniston and claimed that his post-marriage with Friends actress became 'dull', and he was not living an interesting life too.
Singer-songwriter Michelle Branch and musician Patrick Carney just tied the knot. The singer and 'The Black Keys' drummer got hitched in New Orleans at the beautiful Marigny Opera House, reported E! News.
Singer-actor Mandy Moore has opened up about her former marriage to musician Ryan Adams calling it "an entirely unhealthy dynamic".During an appearance on the Sunday episode of Marc Maron's WTF podcast, Moore said she was "sad and lonely"."I was living my life for him. It (was) an entirely unhealthy dynamic. I had no sense of self. I felt like I was drowning. It was so untenable and unsustainable and it was so lonely. I was so sad," Moore, 34, said.
Actor Barsha Raut exchanged an engagement ring to her beloved Sanjog Koirala on Monday. ‘Chakka Panja’ actor Raut shared photos of engagement on her official Instagram account—captioning: “Every story is beautiful but ours is my favorite #SANSHA.”
KATHMANDU, Dec 20: Mangsir is over and so is the hype of marriage. Marriage is defined as legally or formally recognized union of two people as partners in a personal relationship. But in every society the definition is different. It is a social affair to celebrate two people coming together and raising a family. Marriage is not only a social knot-tying ceremony but is an institution in itself and different aspects of marriage are its different subjects.
“I married at the age of 30. Many approached me for marriage. Some did not have teeth, some were old and some were rough looking men. I first met him in a marriage ceremony. He was carrying the bridegroom’s belongings.
Life is a series of choices and modern civilization has transformed us so much that we need to rethink some of our default social choices that have existed for centuries. No social institution is as celebrated and imposed in Nepal as marriage. It’s so integral to our social system that most people seek for stable future through marriage and grown-ups who aren’t married till certain age are often looked down as outcasts. Every human being craves to achieve love and personal fulfilment through marriage.
Nepalese love the ‘big fat weddings’. So many delicacies to gorge on, so many gossips to toss around. From kids running around screaming to old folks getting emotional, there is a different kind of excitement in the air. And oh, the absolute favorite of all adults — ‘Who’s going to marry next?’
I am currently living in the UK with my parents and two sisters. We are three daughters, all of us making career in different sectors. My older sister is married to her love and my middle sister recently got married. But our parents are quite rigid on our marriage being decided by them. I completely understand them; however, I disagree with the fact that it must be an ‘arranged marriage’.
I am a 27-year-old woman currently working for one of the business houses in Kathmandu. I have been working there for the past five years now and many things have changed over the years. My boss recently proposed to me.