Currently, during the lockdown, we are all bored AF at home and just want to head out once the pandemic situation in the country settles down a bit. Amidst all that, actor Tiger Shroff’s mom Ayesha Shroff is quite active on social media and constantly treats fans with pictures of her daily routine. Bored at home during the lockdown, Tiger’s mom Ayesha Shroff shares a string of pictures as she enjoys a day at their farm with family. The star wife gives fans a sneak-peek of her lavish property as she gets some ‘Happy vibes’.
Taking to her Instagram account, Ayesha Shroff shared a string of pictures and captioned it, “Happy vibes farm day @apnabhidu @kishushroff @tigerjackieshroff.” The star wife shared pictures giving fans a glimpse of the lavish property owned by the Shroffs. As Tiger’s mom shared the pictures, she mentioned how she is getting only ‘Happy Vibes’ as she enjoys a farm day with hubby Jackie Shroff, and kids Tiger Shroff and Krishna Shroff.
The first picture shared by Jackie Shroff’s wife sees a cool blue big swimming pool surrounded by some trees around. While the lavish property owned by the Shroff looks mesmerizing, the picture of the pool calls you to just dive in on a Summer afternoon. In other pictures shared by Ayesha Shroff, the star wife gives fans a glimpse of the beautiful plantation on the pristine property along with an overall view of the exteriors, in the midst of nature. Other than that, Ayesha Shroff also shared a beautiful selfie clicked with daughter Krishna Shroff.
Needless to say, the Shroff family is enjoying a good time on their farm, and it’s just amazing. Meanwhile, as Tiger and Krishna spend some time out with their mom and day, the family bonding session is too adorbs. Also Read: Disha Patani Celebrates Her Birthday At Rumoured BF Tiger Shroff’s House; Actor’s Sis Krishna Shroff And Mom Share Pics
Image source: Instagram/ Ayesha Shroff
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