Vikrant Massey, who is currently basking on the success of his latest film, ‘12th Fail‘, recently treated his fans with a sweet and goofy photo of himself with his beloved wife Sheetal Thakur.
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In the photo, the couple is seen seated in a restaurant. The actor is seen making a funny face while playfully holding Sheetal’s chin.He accompanies the post with a sweet caption, “Mera yellow waala Angry Bird.”

As soon as he shared the picture, likes and comments poured in from all sides. Raashii Khanna wrote, ‘Hahaha so cute you guys!’, Dia Mirza added, ‘Hi again, followed by a red heart and tiger emoji. Vikrant’s ’12th Fail’ co-star Medha Shankr also took to the comment section and dropped emojis.

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Recently, Vikrant and Sheetal shared pictures from their baby shower, giving fans a special look at the celebration. The photos show a happy atmosphere, with the couple enjoying lively games and being surrounded by the love of friends and family.
Vikrant and Sheetal’s love story started in 2015. They also collaborated professionally, working together in the Ektaa Kapoor-backed series Broken But Beautiful.

On the work front, Vikrant’s film ’12th Fail’, directed by Vidhu Vinod Chopra, was released in October. The movie narrates the inspiring real-life journey of IPS officer Manoj Kumar Sharma, who, despite facing setbacks in his Class 12 exam, goes on to become an IPS officer.
Vikrant will next appear in Phir Aayi Haseen Dillruba alongside Taapsee Pannu, with Sunny Kaushal also featuring in the movie. Additionally, he is set to star in a web series produced by Rajkumar Hirani.

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