May 26, 2024

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Aamir Khan and Kiran Rao have teamed up for the social-drama Laapataa Ladies. Despite their separation in 2021, the couple never cease to show their unwavering support for each other. As Kiran continues to promote the film, in a recent interaction, she opened up about her equation with Aamir Khan’s first wife Reena Dutta and called her a good friend.

Kiran Rao calls Aamir Khan’s first wife Reena Dutta an incredible human-being

Heaping praise on Aamir’s family, Kiran told Zoom, “I got very lucky that I literally married a family, and a family that I love, I continue to love.” She also opened up about how she continues to love her mother-in-law (Aamir’s mother Zeenat Hussain) and how she is the “apple of my eye”.

Kiran also said that the family set up of Aamir Khan is “unique” and that Reena never left the family after she and Aamir got divorced in 2002. She said, “Reena never left the family. It was very much the same when Aamir and Reena got divorced. The family was highly protective of Reena and when I got married, Reena was a part of the family and we became really good friends because she is an incredible human-being. I absolutely love her, she’s a dear friend.”

Kiran Rao and Aamir Khan have redefined the quintessential Indian family norms during Ira Khan’s wedding. While the festivities were going on, Kiran attended it and shared a close bond with Reena, Ira, and Junaid. The fam-jam even posed for a happy family picture. Recollecting her wedding days, she shared that they were collectively planning Ira’s wedding with Nupur Shikhare in January. She shared, “I am glad that people take away that it is possible to have this crazy family because this is us; this is really who we are.”

For the unversed, Aamir and Kiran tied the knot in 2005 and welcomed their son Azad through surrogacy. The couple announced their decision to divorce after fifteen years of marriage in 2021.

Also Read: EXCLUSIVE: Kiran Rao admits using Aamir Khan’s star power shamelessly during Laapataa Ladies promotions, says, ‘I really need to do’

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