Arbaaz Khan‘s newly-wedded wife Shura Khan celebrated her 31st birthday in a dazzling style on Thursday. The couple was spotted in Mumbai, spreading joy and radiance as they marked the special occasion together.

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Arbaaz, clad in a cool denim ensemble, accompanied his wife Sshura, who stole the spotlight in a vibrant red pant suit. The couple was all smiles as they posed for the paparazzi. Sshura couldn’t stop blushing as she responded to the endearing calls of “bhabhi” from the shutterbugs.

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Earlier in the day, Arbaaz took to Instagram to share a heartfelt message for his beloved wife, expressing his love and admiration. The caption read, “Happiest birthday my love Shura. Nobody makes me smile the way you do. You light up my life. I look forward to growing old with you, oops older actually very, very old. When the universe brought us together, it was the best thing that’s ever happened to me. From the first date, I knew I was going to spend the rest of my life with you. You continue to amaze me with your beauty and kindness. Every day I’m reminded that saying ‘Qubool Hai’ to you were the best words to ever come out of my mouth. Love you to the moon and back.”

Arbaaz and Sshura tied the knot on December 24 in an intimate nikah ceremony at Arpita Khan Sharma’s residence. This marks Arbaaz’s second marriage. He was previously married to Malaika Arora for 19 years before their divorce in 2017.

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