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Ira Khan opens up about her relationship status

If you want to be open about yourself, go ahead! And if you do not want to tell, don't tell: Ira Khan, Aamir Khan's daughter, in an interview

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Aamir Khan‘s daughter Ira Khan recently spoke about her relationship status during an interview. She talked about her boyfriend Mishal Kripalani, saying that she did not want to open up about her relationship. She said she used to post only what she believed in on social media. “I try to keep my account page completely real. I posted what I thought was worth posting,” she said.

Ira Khan further says that it depended on what kind of person you were. “If you want to be open about yourself, go ahead! And if you do not want to tell, do not tell. However, I did not want to tell about how I am in real life and what I like to do. I did not want to open up. But, I never hid my personal life either,” she said.

Last year, Ira Khan had shared a post saying how happy she was for completing two years with Mishal. She replayed her days with Mishal, saying, “Everything will be alright, I miss you a lot.”

Ira Khan (born 17 August 1997) is an Indian personality, social media influencer, and celeb kid from Mumbai, India. She is popularly referred to as the daughter of actor and producer Aamir Khan. Her mother is Aamir’s first wife Reena who had made a brief appearance in the actor’s film Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak in 1988. The couple’s first child is the elder brother of Ira, Junaid. Both the children used to be in Reena’s custody after her divorce with Aamir.

Ira does not reveal her plans to be an actress. Aamir does not confirm her daughter’s Bollywood plans either. He feels she should focus on her studies. But she enjoys the privileges of being a celebrity child. She is the close friend of actress Fatima Sana of Dangal-fame.

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Siddharth Raghuvanshi
Editorial Assistant of Sirf News with experience in covering sports and entertainment for Navbharat Times and Network 18's IBN Lokmat

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