Alia Bhatt gets teary-eyed during BFF’s bidaai, looks gorgeous in a blue saree

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Bollywood actress Alia Bhatt who is basking the glory of her recently released film Gully Boy has recently attended her childhood best friend Devika Advani’s wedding in Delhi.

Alia Bhatt gets teary-eyed during BFF's bidaai

The wedding ceremony took place yesterday 22nd February. Various pictures & videos of the actress from the wedding is doing the rounds on social media.

For the pre-wedding functions, she chose to wear a soft pastel-coloured lehenga choli while for the wedding she sported a bright navy blue sharara, drapped as a sari and matched with choker and maang tika. Needless to say, the Gully Boy actor looked stunning.

Alia also shared a picture of the bride and bridegroom on Instagram and wrote: “There’s no better feeling than watching your best friend marry the man of her dreams AND her best friends dreams This wedding was all things beautiful.. Can’t belive my baby girl is married I love you guys..”

In latest pictures from the wedding, Alia Bhatt can be seen getting teary-eyed during her BFF’s bidaai ceremony. The pictures are going viral on the Internet in which she is looking stunning in a blue saree.

Alia Bhatt gets teary-eyed during BFF’s bidaai

Check it out here:

In another video that surfaced on social media and is pretty viral now, the Raazi can be seen giving a special speech for her friend. In the video, Alia can be seen recalling the time when she and Devika were little and they would play “Actor-Actress” together and Alia always used to play the role of a boy. Alia signed off the wedding toast with a thank you for the groom.

Here are some more pictures & videos from Devika Advani’s wedding ceremonies:

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On the career front, Alia’s latest release ‘Gully Boy’ has entered Rs 100 crore club and is still doing great business at the box-office. The actress also has Ayan Mukerji’s Brahmastra, alongside Ranbir Kapoor and Amitabh Bachchan, Abhishek Varman’s Kalank, co-starring Varun Dhawan and Aditya Roy Kapur, and Karan Johar’s Takht in the pipeline.