Amidst debate over her citizenship, Alia Bhatt shares a cryptic post: ‘There’s no argument, no matter…’ |


Bollywood celebrities, including Amitabh Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, and soon-to-be parents Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh, stepped out to exercise their right to vote in the fifth phase of the Lok Sabha Elections 2024 in Mumbai.
Actor Ranbir Kapoor, currently busy shooting for Nitesh Tiwari’s Ramayana, was also photographed flaunting his inked finger at a polling booth.However, his actress-wife Alia Bhatt was notably absent. This absence sparked a debate on social media. Alia is not an Indian citizen; she holds a British passport.

Amidst the buzz, Alia shared a cryptic post on her Instagram account. While it is unclear if this post addresses the ongoing discussion about her citizenship, it has certainly added to the speculation.

Check out the post here:


The post read, ‘Love. There’s no argument, no matter how strong, that can overcome that word.” She accompanied the post with ‘The Good Word’ hashtag’.

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While promoting her Hollywood debut ‘Heart of Stone’ with co-stars Gal Gadot and Jamie Dornan, Alia Bhatt addressed the most Googled questions about herself, including whether she is a British citizen. In a video for Wired, Gal Gadot inquired about Alia’s citizenship status. Alia confirmed that she holds British citizenship, explaining that her mother was born in Birmingham, while she herself was born and raised in India. When asked if her mother spoke British English to her throughout her life, Alia mentioned that her grandmother, who lived in England her entire life, had an English accent.

Earlier, Alia’s mother Soni Razdan shared that although she was born in the UK, she has spent most of her life in India. Speaking to The Indian Express, she revealed that she moved to Bombay when she was just three months old. Her mother obtained a British passport for her, but Soni grew up in south Bombay and attended Bombay International School, which her parents founded. She emphasized that the choice of her passport is a personal decision and a right she holds as a global citizen, asserting that no one should dictate what she should do about it.


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