Salman Khan’s younger sister Arpita Khan Sharma welcomed her second kid with husband Aayush Sharma on December 27, 2019. This day was special for the entire Khan-daan, as it also marked Salman Khan’s birthday. As both the families with rejoicing, the Dabangg actor termed it as his best ever birthday gift. Just few hours ago Arpita’s brother-in-law Atul Agnihotri posted an adorable picture of Arpita with her newborn daughter and son. He also shared a video which has a compilation of the trio’s adorable pictures.
Sharing the picture and video on his Instagram account Atul wrote in his caption, “#lovestory,” followed by tagging Arpita and Aayush in his post. In the picture we can see Arpita with both her kids. While son Ahil is seen planting a kiss on mommy’s cheek, little angel Ayat is seen nested in Arpita’s arms. Fitness expert Deanne Panday and Yasmin Karachiwala both posted a comment on Atul’s Instagram post, comprising of emojis with heart shaped eyes and hearts respectively. ALSO READ: Arpita Khan Blessed With A Baby Girl: Mamu Salman Khan Thanks Arpita-Aayush For The Best Birthday Gift Ever
These pictures were probably clicked when he recently celebrated his mother’s birthday in presence of his near and dear ones. In one of the post we can also see Alvira Agnihotri carrying Ayat in her arms. ALSO READ: Arpita Khan-Aayush Sharma Welcome Their Li'l Princess, Announce Her Name On Social Media
Arpita underwent a c-section delivery to welcome her daughter on Salman Khan’s birthday. The first picture of Ayat was shared by her dearest daddy and actor Aayush Sharma on his Instagram account. Also followed by a picture Salman and his mother Salma with Ayat was shared by Arpita on her Instagram account; thanking her mother and brother for being her solid support. ALSO READ: Arpita Khan Sharma Shares Unseen Pictures Of Salman Khan With Her Newborn Ayat- Pics Inside
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