Inside Soha Ali Khan-Kunal Kemmu’s Fun-Filled Jungle Safari With Inaaya In Tadoba National Park; SEE PICS And VIDEO

Soha Ali Khan shares a series of stunning glimpses from her jungle safari at the Tadoba National Park

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Inside Soha Ali Khan-Kunal Kemmu’s Fun-Filled Jungle Safari With Inaaya In Tadoba National Park; SEE PICS And VIDEO
Soha Ali Khan and Kunal Kemmu are currently enjoying their family vacation with daughter Inaaya Naumi Kemmu. The family recently went for a tiger spotting expedition at the Tadoba National Park. Soha, who is an avid social media user, shared a glimpse of her vacay via photos and a video on her Instagram. Going by them, it is quite evident that the family is having a blast while enjoying the jungle safari.  

Taking to Instagram, Soha shared a beautiful family photo where they are seen taking a jungle safari. Alongside the click, the actress wrote, “Don’t ask did you see a tiger? Ask how many?! @the_bamboo_forest #tadobanationalpark @kunalkemmu.” While Soha and Kunal are seen flaunting their radiant smiles for the camera, the little Inaaya is seen sitting with her back towards the camera.

The Rang De Basanti actress also shared a video of her fun safari and called it an "incredible experience". She also posted a series of royal shots of a tiger. Soha also dropped a photo with the man, who took them on the safari ride on her gram stories. The actress added  “The Man” and arrow GIFs on top of the person's head in the caption. Kunal Kemmu is also seen with their friends in the click. 

Take a look at her posts below:

Soha Ali Khan's fans and followers have flooded the comment section of her posts with heart and clap emojis.
Earlier, before leaving for the safari ride, Soha Ali Khan had asked her Instagram family to wish her luck with tiger spotting. She had written, “Safari time. Wish us luck seeing a tiger or two.” Also Read: Soha Ali Khan Throws A Christmas Party For Bestie Neha Dhupia And Angad Bedi; Shares Glimpses Of Their Cheesy Dinner - PICS




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