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The popular actor, Aparshakti Khurana, and his glamourous wife, Aakriti Ahuja, are enjoying every moment of their parenthood journey with their daughter, Arzoie A. Khurana. The couple is leaving no stone unturned to make their daughter's childhood days memorable. Now, on National Girl Child Day, it is the daddy dearest, Aparshakti, who penned a heartmelting letter to his daughter, Arzoie, and it will bring a smile to your face.
For the uninitiated, on August 27, 2021, Aparshakti Khurana and Aakriti Ahuja had announced their baby girl's name on their respective Instagram handles. Sharing a picture, Aparshakti had revealed that he had been blessed with a baby girl and had announced her name, 'Arzoie A. Khurana'. Aakriti had also reshared the same picture on her IG handle.
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On January 24, 2022, Aparshakti Khurana took to his Instagram handle and shared a picture in which he penned a heartmelting letter for his daughter, Arzoie Khurana, on National Girl Child Day. From calling his daughter's entry into his life as a dream come true moment to revealing the way Arzoie made him understand the meaning of the word 'family' a bit more, Aparshakti proved that he's a hands-on daddy. His open letter can be read as:
"Dear Arzoie. Life feels like a feel-good Bollywood movie since the day you were born. Because of you, I know what it feels like to have your dream come true. Because of you, I understand the word 'family' a little bit. Arzoie you are too little to understand right now. But pappu promises to be with you through thick and thin. Through success and failure. Through 'I should get a haircut' and 'Oh no! why I should get a haircut?' Zuzu, how much you grow and who you grow up to be you will always be my little one."
Going further in the letter, the actor also revealed that every time he sings the song, Arziyaan from the film, Delhi 6, his daughter falls asleep. Although, Aparshakti also added that he doesn't know whether it is the power of music or his bad voice that makes his daughter go asleep as soon as he sings the song. Aparshakti also admitted that he understands the meaning behind the phrase, Maa-baap ke leye bache hamesha bache he rehte hain. The doting dad continued:
"You see it's only now that I understand what your grandparents mean when they say 'Maa-baap ke leye bache hamesha bache he rehte hain'. P.s. It feels amazing to see you sleep in my arms when I sing Arziyaan saari mein chehre pe likh ke laaaya hoon. Is it the power of music? Or is it my voice that makes you go "I'd rather be asleep than listen to this"! So you legit go ooooo zoooooooo. With love and only love, Your Paapoo."
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Aparshakti Khurana's wife, Aakriti Khurana, also reshared her hubby's beautiful letter for their daughter, Arzoie Khurana, on National Girl Child Day and wrote, "Sweetest Letter. All My", followed by a red heart emoticon atop it. A few months back, Aakriti had shared a photo collage made by her husband, Aparshakti's fan page, where the father and his daughter, Arzoie, had looked like an exact replica of each other. While the top picture had featured Aparshakti from his infanthood days, below was the picture of Arzoie, sleeping peacefully. Atop the picture, the fan page had written:
"When your baby starts looking like you @aparshakti_khurana."
Happy National Girl Child Day to Aparshakti and Aakriti's little daughter, Arzoie Khurana!
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Bollywood actor, Aparshakti Khurana and his wife, Aakriti Ahuja are enjoying their parenthood journey to the fullest. The doting parents keep giving cutesy glimpses of the same on their respective social media handles, and we just can't stop drooling over them. The duo had entered the beautiful phase of their married lives with the arrivalRead More