Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor finally revealed daughter Raha Kapoor‘s face to the world on the occasion of Christmas. Raha was born on November 6, 2022 and since then, Ranbir and Alia had kept her protected from the world. They wanted to protect Raha’s privacy and they also had said that they would show her to the world when they feel ready for that.On ‘Koffee With Karan 8’, Alia had said that it would come quite organically when they feel ready. Today, on the occasion of Christmas, when Alia and Ranbir attended the Christmas lunch of the Kapoors, the couple finally revealed Raha to the world.
Their beautiful daughter was seen in a white fairy-like outfit with red shoes, matching the Christmas vibe. Meanwhile, Ranbir and Alia made a gorgeous couple. As Raha’s face is now seen by everyone, childhood photos of Ranbir and Alia have gone viral on the internet as netizens can’t stop talking about who she looks like. But people think she neither looks like Ranbir or Alia. Everyone feels she’s got the Kapoor genes and looks a lot like Raj Kapoor and Rishi Kapoor. Some also feel she looks like Kareena Kapoor Khan.

Ranbir Alia Raha

A fan said, “She looks like her great grandfather. Raj Kapoor ????,” while another one said, “Mini Kareena kapoor ????”. A user said, “Eyes are on the Kapoor’s. . Her nose, ears lips and chubby cheeks all on Alia, resembles her childhood pics. ❤️” Someone also said, “Raj Kapoor and Rishi Kapoor for sure not parents.” A fan said, “She look like karishma kapoor when she was child.”
Clearly, majority of them feel that she’s got the Kapoor genes!

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