Aamir Khan Birthday: Ira, Junaid, Azad Gifts Dad a Surprise

    Aamir Khan Birthday was special this year as the actor revealed that his 3 children were the first to wish him on his b’day on Monday. Aamir revealed to the media that his daughter Ira Khan and sons Junaid Khan and Azad Rao Khan were the first ones to wish him on his birthday. Revealing this to the media, the actor said that he is waiting for Azad’s gift for him.

    The actor Aamir celebrated his 57th birthday with the paparazzi at Mumbai’s Taj Lands End. In a video shared by a paparazzo account on Instagram, Aamir arrived to the location where all the camerapersons were seated. As he entered, he kept a hand on his chest, then went ahead and shook hands with the people.

    Aamir was also seen posing for pictures as he stood in front of his birthday cake. After that, he blew the candles and cut the cake. Aamir also fed a piece to a paparazzo there. The words ‘Happy Birthday Aamir Khan’ were written on the cake. For the occasion, Aamir wore a white T-shirt under a pink shirt and blue denims. He also had glasses on and smiled for the pictures.

    Aamir Khan Birthday – Paparazzi have a hearty time with the actor

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    Aamir Khan Birthday – His three children were the first to wish him – image courtesy Aamir Instagram

    Taking to the comments section, several fans wished the actor. A fan wrote, “Happy Birthday dear Amir Khan … Have a great day and keep inspiring us with your great work.” Another fan also said, “OMG handsome hunk.” A person also commented, “Happy Birthday. Manny Manny Returns of the day. Aamir khan sir.”

    As per a report in Pinkvilla, “My kids were the first to wish me on the birthday. Am waiting to see what Azad gifts me. He is in school right now, so once am back home, I shall get it.”

    Aamir was married twice, first to Reena Dutta and then to Kiran Rao. He has two children–Junaid and Ira with Reena. Aamir shares Azad Rao Khan with Kiran. The actor parted ways with Kiran last year.

    Recently, Aamir spoke about his relationships with News18, “Somewhere I didn’t shoulder my responsibilities. I would start with my parents, my siblings, my first wife – Reena ji, Kiran ji, Reena’s parents, Kiran’s parents, my children, all these people I am talking about are my close ones. When I was 18, when I joined the film industry, I got so absorbed, I wanted to learn so much, I wanted to do so much that I somewhere — today I realise — people who were close to me, I couldn’t give them time the way I wanted to.”

    He also said, “I have given all my time to my work and I made that relationship very strong. I thought my family was with me anyway. I just wanted to win the hearts of the audience at the time. And, I got completely lost, so much so that I forgot my family was waiting for me.”

    During a press conference to celebrate his birthday, when asked about an update on the Hindi remake of the Spanish film Campeones, the actor told reporters, “I haven’t announced my next film yet, how did you get to know? Planning is on, I’ll let you know soon”.

    As per news agency PTI, the 2018 film follows the life of an arrogant, drunkard coach, who trains a team of intellectually disabled people. There were reports that Aamir is in talks to headline the project, which would be directed by director RS Prasanna.


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