Mira Rajput Says 'Too Much Information' When A Fan Got Extra Curious To Know The Place She And Shahid Kapoor 'Mate'

Shahid Kapoor's wifey Mira Rajput braced a rather awkward question during the recent Q&A session with fans on Instagram

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Mira Rajput Says 'Too Much Information' When A Fan Got Extra Curious To Know The Place She And Shahid Kapoor 'Mate'
Well, fans are always curious about the personal lives of their favourite celebrities, but we guess, one big fan of Shahid Kapoor and his wifey Mira Rajput went a little overboard with his/her curiousness. The star wifey recently braced a very awkward question from a fan during a question and answer session on Instagram. Someone asked her something that's extremely private, but the lady did manage to give an answer.

So during a Q&A session, a question that popped up for Mira read, "At which place did Shahid mate u."To this, Mira replied TMI? It's an abbreviation for Too Much Information. We are guessing that the fan actually meant to ask where did Shahid meet you, but you see, English is a very difficult language. Not everyone can talk English, walk English like Mr Amitabh Bachchan, hainn?

Well, during the same Ask Me Anything sessions, Mira revealed a lot of other things like Crown being her favourite series, Thai food being her favourite cuisine, David Beckham her favourite footballer and of course, Shahid Kapoor her favourite actor.

Mira Rajput's post

On the work front, Shahid Kapoor is next to be seen in a movie called Jersey. He'll be essaying the role of a cricketer in this one. Shahid was last seen in Kabir Singh, a film that broke several records at the box office. However, Kabir Singh that also starred Kiara Advani was mired in several controversies for its content. Stay tuned to SpotboyE for more updates.

Mira Rajput and Shahid Kapoor. Image Source: SpotboyE Archives

Image Source: Instagram/mira.kapoor

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