“Can’t explain how the three of us felt”

When Nayanthara And Sons Reunited With Vignesh Shivan After 20 days:

Nayantara shared this photo. (Etiquette: Nayantara,

New Delhi:

Nayantara’s Fajam Pictures Your hearts will surely melt. The youth The actor shared a few pictures of herself, husband Vignesh Sivan and their children Uir and Ulagam on her Instagram. In the shared photos, Vignesh Shivan is seen hugging his wife and children. Nayantara wrote in the caption, “When we saw the three of you after the 20 day schedule we couldn’t tell you how we felt! We miss you so much! I love you all.” For reference, Vignesh Sivan was away from home shooting for Love Insurance Corporation in Singapore and Malaysia. Check out what Nayantara posted:

A day ago, Vignesh Sivan shared some family pictures To express his joy as he heads home. Sharing a throwback picture of Nayantara and the kids, Vignesh wrote in the caption, “Coming back to my Uyers and Ulagams after an unforgettable experience shooting in Singapore and Malaysia! Can’t wait to embrace and embrace all the love waiting at home. Weeks together.” The caption was punctuated with a string of emojis. See here:

On Valentine’s Day, the couple shared love posts for each other. Nayantara posted pictures with sons Uir and Ulgam and she captioned the post, “I love you, my Uir. I love you, my Ulgam. Thank you for making my Valentine’s Day the best ever.”

Vignesh shared pictures with wife Nayantara and children. He wrote, “10 years of 9. Happy Valentine’s Day to all of you who believe in love. A decade with my Thangam. From you being my Uir to me being your Ulagam and now Uir and Ulagam being yours and mine. Bless you in your old age and in the next birth.” It’s come a long way with so many moments to cherish. Love you so much.” See here:

Nayantara and Vignesh Sivan got married in June 2022 in Chennai. The wedding was attended by Rajinikanth, Shah Rukh Khan, Suriya, Atlee and other superstars. The couple welcomed twins through surrogacy. They named their sons Ulagam and Uir.

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