Anand Ahuja misses his wife Sonam Kapoor as he posts an adorable pic for her, check it out

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Published by Amrit Santlani on 29 Aug 2019

The beautiful Sonam Kapoor Ahuja is one of the busiest bees in Tinsel Town. She was last seen on the big screen in the coming-of-age film Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga, in which she played the character of a closeted lesbian who has trouble coming out to her conservative family.

The actress is now gearing up for her next release, the much-awaited romantic drama, The Zoya Factor. Also starring Dulquer Salmaan, it follows the life of a girl named Zoya who becomes a lucky charm for the Indian team during the 2011 Cricket World Cup.

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Due to her work commitments, Sonam has been away from her husband and the love of her life, Anand Ahuja. While Sonam is one of the most well-known actresses of Bollywood, Anand too is a hardworking and established businessman.  The two try their best to spend as much time together as they can and recently shared pictures from Rakhi celebrations with the entire Kapoor Khaandan.

Well, the love birds are off to work again and are definitely missing each other a lot. Today, Anand took to his social media handle to share an adorable post on his Instagram story.

He has clicked a picture of his tablet kept in front of him, on which he is watching Sonam’s 2010 romantic comedy, I Hate Luv Storys.

In this scene, the actress has a stern look on her face and her husband has written the text ‘@sonamkapoor missing you! good thing is, when I do, I can watch you’. He has further written: ‘PS that look is VERY real!!’

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Gearing up for the first trailer launch Thursday morning, Sonam shared a new GIF that shows her character Zoya as a newborn, held in the arms of her father, played by Sanjay Kapoor, who rejoices her birth as the television set right beside him shows Indian cricket team captain Kapil Dev holding the ICC World Cup.

The film is slated to hit theatres on September 20.

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