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Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt celebrate their daughter Raha Kapoor’s birthday. Here’s how fans have planned the celebration of Junior Kapoor over social media.

Alia Bhatt-Ranbir Kapoor's Daughter Raha Turns A Year Old, Here’s How Netizens Are Celebrating Her Birthday
Alia Bhatt-Ranbir Kapoor’s Daughter Raha Turns A Year Old, Here’s How Netizens Are Celebrating Her Birthday

Bollywood celebrities Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt are set to celebrate their daughter’s first birthday today, November 6. Raha’s parents have been planning something for their daughter’s birthday and the day has come for a cosy party with near and dear ones. Alia and Ranbir tied the knot last year in April and gave birth to Raha after a couple of months. The Bollywood couple have been quite busy with parenting their daughter and side-by-side managing their professional lives.

The Bollywood couple have often been seen speaking about ‘Junior Kapoor’ on social media, addressing how much she means to them. Ranbir Kapoor has multiple times shown how much he loves being a proud father in the interviews. The couple has been trying to keep their daughter away from paparazzi and social media as they haven’t revealed Raha’s face to the public.

Raha Kapoor

Raha Kapoor gets her birthday wishes from Riddhima Kapoor and Sonia Zadran on Neetu Kapoor’s Instagram story.

As Raha Kapoor turns one, here’s how fans of Ranbir and Alia have been congratulating the couple. A user wrote on Twitter, “His wish came true and now he has his lifeline, his daughter Raha bub. HBD Raha 🧿🎈”. Another user commented, “The darling of nana-nani, dadi, bua and massi Raha, Happy Birthday! We love you”.

Alia and Ranbir in an interview shared their fear of becoming parents, and the couple didn’t know how would it feel to see their baby’s face flashed all over social media. But that doesn’t stop the netizens from celebrating baby Raha Kapoor’s birthday over social media.

In an earlier interview, Alia stated, “I realized when I was traveling from Mumbai to London, my bag had nothing to do with me. It just had my passport. But otherwise, it was her pacifier, her napkins, a burp cloth, her mittens, an extra pair of socks, a little toy, and a little book. And I said, ‘Okay, okay, my bag has now become Raha’s bag. It’s no longer my bag.”