Aamir Khan has been spending time together with his family during the lockdown. Recently, he took part during a virtual red carpet for niece Zayn Marie Khan's debut movie, Mrs serial murderer . Giving him company was his wife Kiran Rao and director daughter Ira. The Laal Singh Chaddha actor looked dapper during a suit, while Ira had on a yellow sari.
Sharing the photographs on her Instagram, Ira wrote, "And it begins! @zaynmarie i really like you to bits and i am so pleased with you and happy for you. Quarantine or not, WW3 or not, bad week or Platonic year , we'll always be there to travel through it with you. Through the good and therefore the terrible! Fan girlling you at the poster and embarrassing on the red carpet. I'm sorry we weren't physically with you. But I'm sure you'll hear the hooting and cheering in Panchgani! Congratulations on the start of your career within the movie industry ."
Ira is sort of active on social media and sometimes keeps sharing pictures from her lifestyle . a couple of days ago, Ira had dipped into her family album and fished out a throwback picture from her childhood. within the picture, a cute little Ira are often seen all perplexed trying to work out a dress. Sharing the image , she wrote, "This remains how I check out complicated dresses. #fashiondiaster #thenandnow #whydoyouhavetogoandmakethingssocomplicated (sic)".
A few days ago, she shared some 'bored' selfies on her Instagram account. Ira has been spending her time reception thanks to the lockdown imposed to curb the coronavirus pandemic.
For the unversed, Ira has made her directorial debut with a theatre production titled Euripides' Medea. The play is an adaptation of Euripides' Greek tragedy Medea and stars Aamir's son Junaid Khan and actress Hazel Keech among others.
On the professional front, her dad, Aamir Khan are going to be seen opposite Kareena Kapoor Khan in Laal Singh Chaddha, which is a politician adaptation of the Hollywood film, Forrest Gump. The film is written by Atul Kulkarni, helmed by Secret Superstar director Advait Chandan and co-produced in association with Viacom 18 Motion Pictures.