Aamir Khan dances with son Azad in unseen video from Ira’s engagement; Vijay Varma shares more such memories

    Aamir Khan dances with son Azad in unseen video from Ira’s engagement; Vijay Varma shares more such memories

    Ira Khan’s good friend and actor Vijay Varma took to social media today to share unseen happy moments from her engagement with Nupur Shikhare.

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    Earlier this month, Aamir Khan ’s daughter Ira Khan got engaged to her beau Nupur Shikhare after dating for two long years. It was a celebration of their love, after Nupur proposed to Ira during the IRONMAN Italy triathlon. The star kid looked drop-dead gorgeous in a strapless red gown, matching with her luscious locks, whereas her fiancé was dapper in a tuxedo. Happy daddy Aamir, on the other hand, opted for a white kurta and a salt and pepper hairdo for the special day. Meanwhile, Ira’s cousin Imran Khan was a sight for sore eyes as he made a rare appearance. It was a memorable day and the beautiful pictures are proof.

    But there was one video that became the highlight of Ira and Nupur’s engagement when it went viral-- a clip of Aamir dancing to his popular track Papa Kehte Hain Bada Naam Karega from Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak. Much to our delight, Ira’s good friend and actor Vijay Varma shared an extended version of Aamir’s dance performance which even features his younger son Azad Rao Khan . The Gully Boy star also uploaded a string of unseen photographs on his official social media handle, which will surely win your heart.

    In the caption below, Vijay shared, “Ira x Nupur. Pup x Popeye. What a beautiful couple and such delightful heartfelt celebration. Cheers to an incredible life ahead⭐️❤️🌸@khan.ira @nupur_shikhare.” In the comment section, Ira shared a sweet reply which read: “I know who to call when I don’t remember the Macarena.” Vijay’s post also features candid snaps of his conversation with Ira, actress Fatima Sana Shaikh on the dance floor and a priceless click with the versatile Gulshan Devaiah. It was clearly an evening to remember, not just for Ira and Nupur but also their close friends and family who got together to celebrate them.