Ali Fazal posted a priceless moment with the legendary actor Saira Banu. The actor, along with his wife Richa Chadha, went to the wedding reception of Aamir Khan‘s daughter, Ira Khan, last weekend.
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Ali Fazal expressed his deep admiration for the actress and her late husband, the iconic Dilip Kumar, on Instagram. The post reflects a genuine sense of affection and respect, capturing the special connection forged during the star-studded gathering.

In his heartfelt caption, he wrote, “Hamesha Der kar deta hoon main… Muneer niyazi has summed me up well.So many times I have pondered to come and give my salaams – lekin ek din aise mulaqaat ho jaaygi socha nahi tha. I have admired the two of you since I have known cinema – Yusuf saab and You, Saira ma’am, for all the years of pureness you brought to this fraternity that owes you everything.”

A starry reception for Ira Khan and Nupur Shikhare

Ali also expressed his gratitude for the enriching influence of Dilip Saab and Marlon Brando, highlighting how their work became an invaluable source of learning for him. He stated, “I never got a chance to study the craft, but I never felt lonely. I was blessed that I had this encyclopedia of cinema to learn from – the two people who’ve influenced me the most – Dilip Saab and Marlon Brando – the actors whose work I have studied frame by frame.”

Ali Fazal went on to congratulate the newlyweds, Ira Khan and Nupur Shikhare, saying, “God bless you, Ira and Nupur. The reception was truly beautiful, and it was made even more special by the delightful encounters with others. Watching both of you smile for hours made it a love-filled evening.”
As soon as he shared the post, likes and comments poured in from all sides. Richa Chadha took to the comment section and wrote, ‘Purity* ! Thank you Moin Beg for making us meet’. Ira Khan also dropped red heart emojis on the post.

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