Soha Ali Khan with husband Kunal Khemu and daughter Inaya at Sunday Famjam

Inside Soha Ali Khan

Soha shared this photo. (Etiquette: Soha Ali Khan,

New Delhi:

Soha Ali Khan and Kunal Khemu’s daughter Inaya won the gold medal and parents were not happy. On Tuesday, Soha shared several famjam photos on her Instagram feed. Soha, Kunal and Inaya are seen cutting the cake in the first few shots. Inaya is seen sporting her gold medal. In one picture, Inaya is seen being felicitated with a medal. The last picture features Soha-Kunal and a large group of their friends. Director Anand Tiwari and wife Angira Dhar can be spotted in the big gang. Sharing the photo, Soha wrote, “Sunday was a very happy day.” See here:

Soha’s Instagram profile is a treasure trove of famjam moments. She often shares pictures with mother Sharmila Tagore. She shared photos with her mother from Asola Bhati Wildlife Sanctuary. Sharing the photo, she wrote, “Laburnum and mum.” See here:

On Mother’s Day, Soha shared a famjam photo on her Instagram feed. These photos feature husband Saif Ali Khan, mother Sharmila Tagore, sister Saba Pataudi and daughter Inaya. Sharing the photo, Soha simply wrote, “Happy Mother’s Day Ma’am.” See here:

Soha’s husband Kunal Khemu made his directorial debut Margaon Express A few months ago. The film was praised by both critics and audiences. Soha gave a shout out to her husband before the release of the film. An excerpt of her post read, “It’s safe to say that film sets have been your second home since the age of 8 Kunal; we even met on a film set sixteen years ago – maybe that’s where you found yourself too! As an actor, you’ve seen your potential many times over.” Proven – in all genres but today you share your love, sweat and yes tears with the audience – as a writer director.” See here:

Soha Ali Khan is the daughter of Sharmila Tagore and Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi. She is married to Kunal Khemu since 2015. Soha is the author of the book The Perils of Being Moderately Famous, a fictional account of her personal life.

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