Catching us unaware with his mushy side this lazy Sunday, Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan star Ayushmann Khurrana spilled the beans on his random love confession to producer-wife Tahira Kashyap back in school and fans can’t stop gushing. Breaking the Internet with his unconditional outpour of love, Ayushmann’s high school romance will surely trigger back your faith in love. Also Read - Shoojit Sircar on What Made Him Move Gulabo Sitabo to Amazon Prime: I Have a History of Films Not Releasing
Taking to his Instagram handle, Ayushmann shared a picture collage featuring the many moods of Tahira, specifically her favourite ‘left-angle’ pose. He elaborated in the caption, “It was in 2001. We were preparing for our board exams. At 1.48 AM I’d confessed my feelings over the phone. Bryan Adams was playing on my stereo. Inside Out was the song. It’s been 19 years with this goofball. Umm (sic)” and punctuated it with a red heart emoji. Also Read - Gulabo Sitabo Trailer: Ayushmann Khurrana- Amitabh Bachchan’s Acrimonious Relationship Will Make You Laugh
Tahira and Ayushmann dated for a while before getting married in the year 2008. The couple has two kids – Virajveer Khurrana who’s seven years old and daughter Varushka Khurrana who’s five years old. Their Instagram timelines are filled with happy pictures of their family. Both Ayushmann and Tahira are doting parents to their kids.
On the professional front, Ayushmann Khurrana’s recently released Hitesh Kewalya-directorial Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan, created new benchmarks at the Box Office. Starring actors Jitendra Kumar, Gajraj Rao and Neena Gupta alongside him, the movie addresses the issue of homosexuality while featuring Ayushmann’s most astonishing and strongest performance of his career trajectory.
Battling cancer while juggling family responsibilities and a sparkling career is only possible if you are Tahira Kashyap who announced her return to direction recently with Pinni, a short film starring Neena Gupta in the lead. A part of Guneet Monga’s anthology series, Zindagi inShort, Pinni takes the legacy of Tahira’s “obsession with food” forward.