Alia Bhatt shares cryptic post amidst citizenship controversy; 'There's no argument, no matter...'

At a polling station, actor Ranbir Kapoor is now filming Nitesh Tiwari's Ramayana and was also seen flaunting his inked finger. However, his actress wife Alia Bhatt chose not to cast a vote. After that, online users started arguing over the same topics on social media.
Alia Bhatt

MUMBAI: Several Bollywood celebs, including Amitabh Bachchan, Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, and soon-to-be parents Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone, went out on Monday to exercise their right to vote in the Mumbai Lok Sabha Elections 2024's fifth round.

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At a polling station, actor Ranbir Kapoor is now filming Nitesh Tiwari's Ramayana, was also seen flaunting his inked finger. However, his actress wife Alia Bhatt chose not to cast a vote. After that, online users started arguing over the same topics on social media. For those who don't know, Alia is not an Indian citizen. The actress holds a British passport.

Alia sent a mysterious message on her Instagram account in the midst of all of this. We are unable to confirm whether this is connected to the current online debate concerning her citizenship, though.

Alia shared on her Instagram story: “Love. There’s no argument, no matter how strong, that can overcome that word.” She accompanied the post with ‘The Good Word’ hashtag.

While promoting her Hollywood debut ‘Heart of Stone’, co-starring Gal Gadot and Jamie Dornan, Alia had answered the most Googled questions about her and one of them was, “Is Alia Bhatt British?” As Gal Gadot asked Alia in a video for Wired if she is a British citizen, the ‘Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani’ star nodded and said, “My mom was born in Birmingham, but I was born and brought up in India.” When Gal Gadot asked her, “She spoke British English with you your entire life?”, Alia replied, “My grandmother lived in England for her whole life so my grandmother has the English accent.”

Although Alia's mother Soni Razdan was born in the United Kingdom, she spent the majority of her life in India. She stated to the well-known news website, “I was born in the UK but when I was three months old, I moved to Bombay. My mother got the British passport for me. We lived in south Bombay and I studied in Bombay International School, which was started by my parents. As for my passport, why should anyone tell me what I should do about it? It is my choice and right as a citizen of the world to decide what passport I want.”

(Also read: Woah! Varun Dhawan to Romance Janhvi Kapoor in 'Dulhania 3' as Alia Bhatt Steps Aside)

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