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Bollywood actor, Sanjay Dutt has proved the mettle of his willpower to the world time and again. Talking about his personal life, on February 7, 2008, Sanjay Dutt and Maanayata Dutt were pronounced husband and wife in a private wedding ceremony in Goa. After two years, the couple had entered the parents' club, when they had welcomed their twins, a baby girl, Iqra and a baby boy, Shahraan on October 21, 2010. (Recommended Read: Kangana Ranaut Wearing Her Mother's 'Vintage Earrings' For Her Brother's 'Haldi' Proves Old Is Gold)
However, when everything in Sanjay Dutt's life was going smooth, the actor was diagnosed with cancer last month. But after a good treatment for some weeks, reports that had flashed in Bollywood Life had suggested that Sanjay Dutt had beaten cancer. On October 19, 2020, Sanjay Dutt's Positron Emission Tomography (PET) report had come out, and he was found to be cancer-free. However, now an official statement has been released by Sanjay Dutt on his Instagram handle about his health. Scroll down to read it all!
On October 21, 2020, Maanayata Dutt took to her Instagram handle and shared an adorable picture with her kids to wish them on their tenth birthday. In the photo, all three of them looked stunning in their respective outfits as they twinned in the shades of yellow. Along with this cutesy picture, the doting mother wrote an emotional note for her two cuties and revealed how they are making her life blissful. Her note can be read as "Happy birthday my babies... celebrating the first double-digit birthday already... time just flies!!! I wish you courage, strength... health, happiness, patience and peace. And the serenity to make the right decisions... Seeing you grow into beautiful, wise children has made my life easy and blissful... God bless you both!! #10thbirthday #love #grace #positivity #dutts #beautifullife #thankyougod." Take a look:
On the other side, Sanjay Dutt took to his IG handle and wished his kids, Iqra and Shahraan on their birthday and posted a picture of a note in which he stated that he has beaten cancer and thanked his doctors, fans, and family for their constant support. A little excerpt from his long note can be read as "The last few weeks were very difficult time for my family and me. But as they say, God gives the hardest battles to his strongest soldiers. And today, on the occasion of my kids' birthday, I am happy to come out victorious from this battle and be able to give them the best gift I can-the health and well-being of our family." Along with his note, he wrote, "My heart is filled with gratitude as I share this news with all of you today. Thank you" in the caption. Take a look:
Talking about last year, the doting mother, Maanayata had taken to her IG handle and had shared a beautiful picture of her two kids, Iqra and Sharman standing in front of their respective cakes. While Iqra's cake had clearly informed us about her love for ice-creams, Shahraan's cake was about his love for the football club, Barcelona. Along with this cute picture, Maanayata had penned down some lines for her kids, and it could be read as "Happiest birthday to my darling babies... God bless you always with the choicest of blessings ever... #9thbirthday #lifelines #love #grace #positivity #dutts #beautiful-life #thankyougod." Take a look: (Don't Miss: Gauahar Khan And Zaid Darbar Are Serious And Are Getting Married, Hints Zaid's Dad, Ismail Darbar?)
Also, the doting daddy, Sanjay Dutt had also taken to his Instagram handle and had shared a lovely note for his kids on their ninth birthday. The actor had posted a monochrome picture with his twins and had written, "There's no greater joy for me than spending time with my precious, Shahraan & Iqra. I love you both. Happy birthday. #ProudDad" in the caption. Take a look at the picture below: (Also Read: Divya Agarwal Seeks Prayers For Her Father's Health As He Fights With COVID, Pens Her Struggles)
Here's wishing a very happy birthday to Iqra and Shahraan!
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