By Akanksha Gupta Last Updated:
How would you describe your quarantine life? Boring, emotional, depressing, fun or productive? Amongst the many things, some of us have missed being with family with most after staying at home for months. The most, some of us have been longing for is to hug our parents, spend time gossiping with our siblings and shower our niece and nephews with hugs and kisses. Hence, reuniting with them is a burst of emotions and it definitely calls for a intimate celebration! Let’s see how it was for Shahid Kapoor and his wife, Mira Rajput Kapoor as they reunited with the Rajput clan after six months. (Also Read: Mira Kapoor Hails For Hubby, Shahid Kapoor As 'Haider' Makes It To List Of Top 10 'Hamlet' In World)
Lockdown, for Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput Kapoor has been an accumulation of moments that they have spent together as husband and wife, and as parents to their little ones, Misha Kapoor and Zain Kapoor. Due to Shahid’s professional commitments, the Kapoor family couldn’t spend quality time with each other, but this lockdown had given them what they had craved for before. Shahid and Mira have been self-isolating at the Radha Soami retreat in Beas along with Misha and Zain.
Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput Kapoor finally reunited with the Rajput clan after six months and the Kapoors treated them with the ‘taste of love’. Mira organised a feast for the Rajput clan including her sisters, Priya Tulshan and Noor Wadhwani, brother-in-law and mother, Bela Rajput. Mira prepared some healthy and delicious food which included deconstructed caprese salad, corn, pasta and noodles. Mira shared some glimpses of the Kapoor feast for the Rajputs on her IG stories. Posting a video of the feast, Mira wrote, “Mia Familia When the family comes together after 6 months, only a feast would do. @shahidkapoor @priyatulshan @vidhittulshan @rajput_bela @vet.”
While it is always believed that the way to a man's heart is through his stomach, but women won’t mind it happening otherwise too. Right? Lockdown has been amazing for Mira Rajput Kapoor as for the first time ever in five years of their married life, Shahid Kapoor had stepped into the kitchen to prepare a meal for his wife. Highly impressed by his culinary skills, Mira couldn’t stop praising Shahid for the homemade pasta. Revealing that it was the first time Shahid had cooked in 5 years, Mira had written, “The husband cooks for the first time in 5 years and this is by far the best pasta I have ever eaten!!! #nobias @shahidkapoor,” atop it. (Also Read: Mira Rajput Kapoor's Motherhood Life Makes Her Understand Childhood Story Of Goldilocks And 3 Bears)
Mira Rajput Kapoor is a super-fortunate girl, who is blessed to have not one but two lovely sisters, Priya Tulshan and Noor Wadhwani. With the striking resemblance between the Rajput sisters, it is always a treat to see Priya, Noor and Mira in one frame. Mira, time and again, shares glimpses of her sibling life with her sisters and expresses how much they mean to her. On International Day of Yoga, Mira had posted a picture with her long-distance yoga buddy, Noor as they both had attempted headstand. Mira had captioned the screenshot of their digital yoga session as "Hello from the other side! Headstand with my long-distance yoga buddy @noor.wadhwani! #HappyYogaDay #yogaeveryday."
In a Zoom session organised by Tata Sampann, Mira Rajput Kapoor had revealed a trick which she had learnt from her mother that has come in handy since she became a mother. Mira had said, “When I used to have a cold, especially during the monsoons when we used to run out and come back completely drenched and wake up the next morning with a runny nose and sore throat, I remember my mom used to prepare this kadha which she picked up from my naani and it used to have haldi, black pepper, some crushed ginger, tulsi (holy basil) and kalaunji (Nigella seeds) all mixed up, and I remember I hated it. But it was so effective and now I think life has definitely come a full circle because I give the same to my kids.”
When asked, “Are you a strict mother who makes sure her children are having their greens?” Mira Rajput Kapoor had retorted, “Our Indian food has always been wholesome. It consists of grains, spices, seasonings, vegetables, dairy products for protein, and some pickle or chutney which makes our food automatically balanced and one does not need to pay a lot of attention to ensure that the food is nutritious and tasty. I also give my kids things like amla (Indian gooseberry) juice and haldi doodh (turmeric milk) regularly and we started all this when they were really young.” (Also Read: Mira Rajput Kapoor's Advice With Her Unseen Just-Before-The-Wedding Moment Is For Every Bride-To-Be)
Have you reunited with your family or friends yet post the relaxation in lockdown rules? How did it go? Let us know!
Be it roads being comparatively empty, meeting our loved ones with masks on our faces or not being able to hug or kiss to maintain the social distancing, that's how our lives have changed due to the pandemic. Most importantly, for every household, while most of us had relied on domesticRead More