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Soni Razdan lauds daughter Alia Bhatt's boyfriend Ranbir Kapoor, says 'he's sweet and caring'

Soni Razdan said she is happy that her daughter Alia Bhatt is in a healthy space both professionally and personally.

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New Delhi Updated on: March 29, 2019 12:10 IST
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Soni Razdan lauds daughter Alia Bhatt's boyfriend Ranbir Kapoor, says 'he's sweet and caring'

Bollywood actress Alia Bhatt's mother, veteran actor Soni Razdan says, she has always admired her daughter's boyfriend Ranbir Kapoor. Ranbir and Alia made their relationship public when they attended Sonam Kapoor's wedding reception together last year. Since then both the actors have been spending quality time with each other's families.

While Alia rang in the New Year with the Kapoor clan in New York, Ranbir was recently spotted visiting the "Raazi" star's home on her 26th birthday.

"I have always admired him as an actor much before I knew him as a person. I have come to know him a little bit (more now personally). He is a well brought up and balanced man. He is a very sweet and caring man. I am quite impressed," Soni told PTI.

The actor said she is happy that her daughter is in a healthy space both professionally and personally.

"A good balance in professional and personal life is good and I would be happy as a mother if Alia is happy in all the aspect of her life professionally, personally." 

Soni Razdan is busy promoting her upcoming film "No Fathers in Kashmir" that hits cinema houses on April 5.

With a bold tagline 'Everybody thinks they know Kashmir' the makers are clearly hinting at what is expected from the film and its storyline. Speaking about the release and poster launch, director Ashvin Kumar said, "It is a film made for young people all over India to connect with young people all over Kashmir, about the euphoria and hopefulness of being young - an A certificate would keep both these audiences away from each other. Now I am confident kids will come out with their hearts beating for Kashmir."

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