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Amitabh Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan and Bollywood celebrities who will soon become parents Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh stepped up to exercise their right to vote in the fifth phase of the 2024 Lok Sabha Elections in Mumbai.
Actor Ranbir KapoorCurrently busy shooting for Nitesh Tiwari’s Ramayana, she was also photographed flaunting her inked finger at a polling booth. But the actress-wife Alia Bhatt There wasn’t one in particular. This absence created controversy on social media. Alia is not an Indian citizen; he keeps one British passport.

Amidst this noise, Alia shared a post encrypted post on his Instagram account. It is unclear whether this article addresses the ongoing debate about him citizenshipIt certainly increased speculation.

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The post read ‘Love’. “There is no argument, no matter how powerful, that can overcome this word.” He accompanied the post with the hashtag ‘Good Word’.

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While promoting her first movie in Hollywood, ‘Heart of Stone’ with her co-stars Gal Gadot And Jamie DornanAlia Bhatt answered the most searched questions on Google about herself, including whether she is a British citizen or not. In a video published for Wired, Gal Gadot asked about Alia’s citizenship status. Alia confirmed that she has British citizenship, explaining that her mother was born in Birmingham and that she was born and raised in India. When asked if her mother spoke British English to her throughout her life, Alia said that her grandmother, who lived in England all her life, had a British accent.

Previously Alia’s mother Soni Razdan He shared that although he was born in England, he spent most of his life in India. Speaking to The Indian Express, the actor revealed that he moved to Mumbai when he was just three months old. His mother obtained a British passport for him, but Soni grew up in South Mumbai and attended the Bombay International School, founded by his parents. He claimed that the choice of his passport was a personal decision and a right he had as a global citizen, and that no one should dictate what he should do about it.

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