Aamir Khan is on cloud nine as his darling daughter Ira Khan got hitched to her long term partner and finance Nupur Shikhare in an intimate wedding ceremony. Pictures and videos from their beautiful ceremony have been doing the rounds on social media.
We have now got our hands on some pictures where Aamir is seen greeting paparazzi gathered outside the wedding venue and seeking blessings for the newlyweds.He was seen shaking hands with all of them and even posing for pictures with them.
Check out the photos here:



This pleasant exchange showcased the actor’s gratitude towards the media and infused a sense of warmth into the celebratory ambiance. Aamir, adorned in a beige kurta paired with a pink turban, looked handsomely elegant.

As soon as the photos and videos made their way onto social media, likes and comments poured in from all sides. While one fan wrote, ‘Aamir Khan looks regal and beyond exquisite in our ensemble. Here’s wishing the family a very joyous time! Thank you for enabling us to play a part in this jovial affair!’, another one added, ‘Pink pagdi pahne hue beti ke proud father ke face pe kitni jyada khushi dikh rahi hai, Big day for Aamir Khan, outfit bhi perfect hai.. happy for them’.

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Reports suggest that following the wedding celebrations, two reception parties were scheduled—one in Delhi and another in Jaipur—taking place between January 6 and 10. Ira’s relative, Faisal Khan, shared details with the paparazzi, unveiling plans for an extravagant Mumbai reception on January 13. This particular event was anticipated to be a grand affair, dedicated to friends and colleagues from the film industry.

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