Armaan Jain‘s wife Anissa Malhotra recently took to her Instagram handle to share a throwback photo of herself where she is seen striking a stunning pose with her husband. The photo is from Sidharth Malhotra and Kiars Advani’s wedding.
Check out her post here:

Anissa posted ‘then and now’ photos. The first one is from Kiara’s wedding, featuring Anissa and Armaan.The second one is recent, taken at Suryagarh, showing Anissa, Armaan, and their baby boy Rana.

She captioned the photo, ‘7 Months Pregnant (fast forward symbol) 8 Month old Rana! Same place, same-ish time last year. How time flies! @suryagarh is clearly close to our hearts’. As soon as she shared the post, likes and comments poured in from all sides.

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Someone on the internet left a mean comment on Anissa’s post, saying, “You and your husband seem distant. He doesn’t look happy. You’d look much prettier if you smiled more.”

Anissa Malhotra gave it back to the troll with an epic response. She wrote, “Really appreciate the psychoanalysis. Will smile more so that my husband appears happy.” The troll made another comment that was uncalled for, and wrote, “Mmmmm….do u think it’s mean ???….I think he’s bored ….” Anissa had a savage reply, which read, “I feel like you’re someone who loves to comment from the safety of your keyboard embracing the anonymity that comes with a closed profile. If I were you, I’d use it positively but it’s always fun to read comments like these! I always have a good laugh.”
The couple tied the knot in February 2020 and welcomed their baby boy Rana in May 2023.

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