Aamir Khan’s daughter Ayra’s wedding video
Aamir Khan is called Mr. Perfectionist of Bollywood. But, he is a perfectionist not only in films but also in real life. This is not what we are saying but their latest video. Yes, recently he has married his daughter Ayra Khan. During the marriage, he was seen fulfilling his father’s duty very well. Let us tell you that Aamir himself handled all the responsibilities of his daughter’s marriage. Now, about 10 days after the marriage, a video is going viral in which Aamir starts crying after seeing Ayra getting married.
Aamir Khan organized his daughter’s destination wedding in Udaipur. First Nupur Shikhare and Ayra got married in a court marriage and then got married as per Christian customs in Udaipur. On January 13, Aamir hosted his daughter’s reception which was held in Mumbai. All the veteran actors of the industry had attended that party. In the viral video of the wedding, Aamir Khan’s first wife is seen sitting with him, who is very emotional on the marriage of his daughter.
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Entry of bride and groom
The entry of the bride and groom in the video will win your heart. Ayra has worn a white wedding gown in which she is looking very beautiful. At the same time, Nupur is also looking stunning in black suit. Seeing him, the eyes of mother Reena Dutta and father Aamir Khan are moist. You too are sure to get emotional after seeing this Christian style wedding.
Couple read speech in wedding video
In the wedding video, both were seen taking vows to spend their lives with each other. Hearing his every word, everyone sitting there had tears in their eyes. When Ayra tells Nupur to have safe speech, Nupur is also seen saying I love you. Nupur is very emotional while reading her speech. At the same time, Aamir’s second wife Kiran Rao also attended the wedding and showered a lot of love on the couple. Let us tell you that Ayra told in the caption that this is just a teaser. This means fans will have to wait longer to watch the wedding video.
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