Mira Rajput responds as fan asks if she features on Shahid Kapoor's phone wallpaper
Mira Rajput, the wife of actor Shahid Kapoor, reacted to a fan asking about her latest post. Taking to Instagram, Mira shared a post featuring herself. In the reel, she smiled in the lock screen saver filter as the song Banna Re played on.
Sharing the post, Mira Rajput captioned it, "Hello, anyone there? Love from @mira_is_precious.......#reelkarofeelkaro #trendingreels #bannare #bannarebagameinjhulaghalya." Reacting to the post, a fan commented, "Is this @shahidkapoor 's phone wallpaper?" Mira replied, "@mehak.kp good one!"
Mira Rajput regularly shares posts on Instagram, giving her fans a glimpse of her life. Often, she also drops pictures with her family members including Shahid and their children--Misha and Zain. Recently, Mira shared a post with Misha as she kissed her forehead. Sharing the post, she wrote, "I love you."
Last month, she also shared a post with her mother-in-law Neliima Azeem. In the picture, Mira rested her head on Neliima's shoulder as they smiled for the camera. She captioned her post, "Rasode mein kaun tha (Who was in the kitchen)? You can bet neither of us. Bring on the chai and chikki #paramparaseries."
She had also posted a photo with Shahid and gave it a Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham connection. In the photo, she leaned on Shahid as they posed for the lens. She wrote, "Shall we frame this in life size for the living room while I fix your tie on a stool? #parampara."
Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput tied the knot in 2015. The couple became parents to daughter Misha in 2016 and son Zain in 2018. Currently, the family is stationed in Punjab. She had earlier said that they have been in Punjab for nearly two years now. They had travelled to the state for a break when the Covid-19 pandemic began.
Recently, with Curly Tales, Mira had said, “We moved just days before the lockdown happened. We kinda felt like maybe we should take off for a little while. I thought we were moving away for two weeks till things settle down. Now nobody knew that things would take two years to settle down. So we've been here (Amritsar) ever since. It's been lovely because my parents are nearby and my in-laws have a home near so the kids are literally hopping and skipping from one home to another so it's great.”