Aamir Khan’s multi-talented daughter, Ira Khan had made his daddy full of pride when she got shifted to her new home some days back. To mark the commencement of her adulthood chapter and a novel milestone of her life, the star daughter had shared three images from her workstation.
Posing from her desk, Ira had captioned her post as “Look at my new home #movingout #myspace #firsttime #newbeginnings #milestone #cantwait #lettheadultingbegin #manvshouse.”
Now, she posted the image of her ‘ favorite spot’ in the new house. She enjoyed her mornings routine in the calm and serene corner. Ira captioned her post, “Everyone should have a favourite spot #myspot #morningroutine #coffeetable #ikea #happyplace #favourite #sowhatifitsblurry #home.”
Unhappy with the caption, Ira later reposted the image from her beloved spot to her IG stories with a ‘better caption’. She wrote, “I just thought of a better caption – if you can’t go to a coffee shop, bring the coffee shop to you” on the top of it.
Before shifting to her new abode, Ira Khan was staying at her dad’s place. She was seen enjoying lockdown period with Aamir, Kiran Rao and their son, Azad Rao Khan. Sometime back, in the midst of Ira’s live training session with health trainer, David Poznic, who had trained Aamir for Dhoom 3 and PK, the 55-year-old actor came to say ‘hello’.
While posting the recording, David wrote: “Back when I was training Aamir for Dhoom 3 and PK, Ira used to hang out with us a lot, but would basically run away when I tried to get her to work out! Many years have passed, and now we’re diving into weekly workouts with plenty of pushups, squat variations, and some fun with feet in the air. This session also included a fun surprise hello from Aamir but now the tables have turned – Ira was rocking the workout and Aamir just popped in to say hi!”
During 2019 interview, Ira Khan was questioned when she’ll be directing he abba, Aamir Khan. While talking on her plans, an elated Ira stated, “Maybe some day, when I have a better understanding of the craft. Working with somebody you know personally can be complicated, and that’s not specifically for my dad, but applies to anybody. I want to be sure of myself before I work with my dad because he is really well-read, like everybody else in the family. So, when I’m sure about myself, I would think about directing him.”