Aamir Khan’s daughter Ira Khan and Nupur Shikhare’s friend are enjoying a snowy break in the mountains. Nupur took to Instagram to share photos from their escape and wrote: “My first snowfall ever, how beautiful it is. #snow #snowfalls #travel #vacations. “
While some of the photos showed the couple posing, one photo shows them taking a walk in a forest. A photo also showed Nupur standing with her hand in the snow.
Ira commented on the post, “How cute”, along with a bunch of heart-shaped emoji. The fans also reacted. “Shooting for Aamir sir; Barfarosh’s new movie,” said one man, playing the title of the movie Sarfarosh and the word “barf,” meaning snow in Hindi. “Just like a fairy tale,” wrote another fan. “This is a wonderful place! Where is it?” asked a third user.
Last month, Ira celebrated Diwali with Nupur and his mother. He shared a photo of the three of them dressed in ethnic clothes and wrote: “Dress, smile and say cheese #diwali #vibes #smile #happy”.
Ira made her relationship with Nupur official on Instagram during Valentine’s Week this year. In February, on the occasion of Promise Day, he shared a lot of photos with him and wrote: “It is an honor to make promises to you too … #hi #whaleyoubemine #myvalentine #buddy #yourebetteratcheesylines #dreamboy.
See also: Ira Khan’s friend Nupur Shikhare takes pictures without a shirt, responds to a man who was not impressed when he said “wo baat nahi hai”
Unlike Aamir, Ira has no inclination towards acting and is more interested in the directing process. In 2019, he directed a play entitled “Medea of Euripides”, starring Hazel Keys. Junaid Khan’s older brother was also seen in a central role in the drama.
Meanwhile, Aamir will be seen later in Laal Singh Chaddha, directed by Advait Chandan. The film, a remake of the Hollywood blockbuster Forrest Gump, also stars Kareena Kapoor, Naga Chaitanya and Mona Singh. It is scheduled to hit theaters on April 14.
“Falls down a lot. Unapologetic alcohol guru. Travel specialist. Amateur beer trailblazer. Award-winning tv advocate. Hipster-friendly twitter aficionado”