Mira Rajput Kapoor and Shahid Kapoor are a power couple who never fails to give major relationship goals and family goals. They are married for five years now, but they still act as if they are newly married. Shahid and Mira are parents to three-year-old daughter Misha and a one-year-old son Zain. Mira took to social media to share a romantic anniversary wish for the love of her life Shahid Kapoor. She shared a few funny lines for a perfect relationship such as ‘Wife is always right’ and three golden words are ‘I am sorry’. Let’s have a look. Also Read - Ishaan Khatter Says He's Not 'Irked' About Being Recognised as Shahid Kapoor's Brother
She wrote, “5 years, 4 souls, 3 homes, 2 babies and 1 beautiful family ❤️ There’s nobody I’d rather be on this journey called life than you my love. I fall in love with you more every day. And I’m the luckiest girl in the world to have the love of my life be my best friend. Thank you for everything, for being my strength and for walking through everything together, hand in hand. I love you ❤️ You make me laugh like no one else. And more often than not I’m laughing at you. Please don’t forget. Wife is always right. And the three golden words will always be “I am sorry” 😝 To many more years of us 💓💋💓❤️”. Also Read - Found Myself Little More! Shahid Kapoor's Wish For Wifey Mira Kapoor on Their Wedding Anniversary is Pure Love
Mira also treated her fans with two unseen pics of them from their wedding. Also Read - Kabir Singh Completes 1 Year: Shahid Kapoor Shares Throwback Pictures, Says 'It Was an Emotional Arch'
Take a look at the pics:
On the professional front, Shahid is currently shooting for Gowtam Tinnanuri-directorial Jersey. It is the Hindi-remake of a Telugu film of the same name helmed by Gowtam Tinnanuri. The Telugu version received an overwhelming response from the audience and critics alike. After Vikas Bahl’s Shaandaar, the sports drama would see father and veteran actor Pankaj Kapur and son Shahid Kapoor sharing the screen space together.
The film revolves around a father named Arjun (Nani), a talented but failed cricketer, who decides to return to cricket in his late thirties because of his desire to represent the Indian cricket team and fulfill his son’s wish of an Indian jersey as a gift. How he makes it big despite being limited by his age forms the essence of the story.
In Jersey, Shahid will be seen as a man in his late thirties trying to get back to his game of cricket and play at the national level for the country despite all the odds relate to his age. Pankaj essays the role of his on-screen mentor.