Dipika Kakar’s Special Kulfi For Celebration Of Eid, Her Sister-in-law Shares The Picture

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Published by Neetu Panwar on 07 Jun 2019

Dipika Kakar has married to her co-actor of Sasural Simar Ka, Shoaib Ibrahim on February 22, 2018. Since then, she has been sharing a strong bond with her nanad, Saba Ibrahim. Dipika has also been open about her beautiful relationship with her sister-in-law, Saba. Saba had also written a beautiful poem for her bhabhi as her birthday gift. 

And yesterday, the dear nanad of Dipika took to her Instagram account and shared a beautiful cook art of Dipika. She posted a picture of her homemade kulfis for the Eid celebrations at their homeSaba captioned the picture as, “Homemade kulfi by the best cook @ms.dipika. Trust me it is the yummiest.”

Check out the picture below:

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For uninitiated, Dipika and Shoaib’s relationship started dating while working together for Sasural Simar Ka. Dipika suffered an unhappy marriage with Raunak Mehta, so she was resisting her feeling. Shoaib talking about his love for Dipika had stated, “Frankly, no one has officially proposed to anyone. That happened now. When we were doing the show (Sasural Simar Ka) together, there was nothing. Actually there was something. When I left the show, we realised there is something which is missing.” Dipika had further added, “Yes. After that we felt that there is something between us, we are not just friends. If you ask me, we don’t have a cute love story like others.” 

In another interview, Dipika had stated, “I wanted to be sure that this relationship wasn’t on the rebound. Also, we were getting to know each other better. No matter how progressive we become, being a divorcee has some kind of a social stigma attached to it in our society.”

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She had further said, “I had that stamp on me. But he gave me that space and despite being aware of my past, never complained about it. He has in fact always respected that. Coming from a small town, even his parents never let me feel that. I have always longed for family. Ammi sends dabba for me when my mother is not there. I feel I am more close to his mom than him. Everything is positive and we are more at peace now.”

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