Mira Rajput recently shared a picture of her girl gang on her Instagram account where she called her husband Shahid Kapoor 'sneaky'. It so happened, the picture has her friends and herself getting ready before they click a proper picture but Shahid being all sneaky, clicked the moment of them getting ready. In the picture, Mira is seen setting her hair with hairpins while one of them is straightening her hair out and the other one is seen combing her hair. Thanks to the Kabir Singh actor, he captured this moment. While sharing the picture, Mira also mentioned that she is missing her gang tons, owing to Coronavirus pandemic, she is not able to catch up with them.
The picture caption read, “'Let’s click a proper picture' @priyatulshan @noor.wadhwani Missing you tons Trust @shahidkapoor to sneak this one in. #sisterhoodofthestraightner" Earlier, Mira shared a video about kids’ toys and how she keeps her kids busy playing with the toys. Shahid who is known for his witty and hilarious replies posted a hilarious yet adorable comment on her post that left fans gushing over the two. Shahid wrote how no one’s taking Mira seriously as she looks too young to be a mother of two kids. Shahid’s comment read, “No ones taking you seriously cause you looking too young to be a mom of 2."
Rajput is pretty active on social media, she is not only endorsing brands but also gives glimpses of her life on the photo-sharing app which looks absolutely delightful. Just recently, Mira shared a couple of selfies, flaunting her radiant skin while soaking in some winter sun. She wrote, "Loving the winter sun. Going to eat some saag now bye "
Meanwhile, Shahid Kapoor is gearing up for his upcoming film, Jersey which is also a Telugu remake of the same name. ALSO READ: Shahid Kapoor Leaves Wifey Mira Rajput Drooling Over His Hotness In The Mirror Selfie
Image source: Instagram/ mira.kapoor/ SpotboyE archives
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