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Shabana Azmi says husband Javed Akhtar makes her snicker like no different. Shares proof!


New Delhi: Veteran actor Shabana Azmi took to Instagram to share a gorgeous black and white image with husband Javed Akhtar. Within the throwback image, the duo might be seen having broad grins on their faces. Shabana affectionately captioned the publish as, “He makes me snicker like no different..”

She earlier additionally posted an previous picture of the 2 of them, sitting subsequent to one another and smiling ear to ear. “Tab pata nahi tha ke (I didn’t know again then that) 41 years later we’ll nonetheless be smiling so broadly,” learn her stunning caption.

Javed Akhtar’s daughter, movie director Zoya Akhtar commented, “What a stunning image” on the publish. Actor Shilpa Shetty Kundra, Dia Mirza, Pakistani actor Sajal Aly have been some others who dropped in candy feedback on Shabana’s publish.

The ‘Masoom’ actor had earlier opened up about her relationship along with her now-husband Javed Akhtar. Shabana and Javed began relationship when the latter was married to Honey Irani with whom he shares his two children, Farhan and Zoya. “We instructed one another, we’ll break up after one final assembly. We met for that final assembly and we talked and talked. We bought so busy speaking, we forgot to interrupt up,” Shabana shared in an interview.

Shabana is at present busy working for director Shekhar Kapur’s ‘What’s Love Bought To Do With It?’ which additionally stars actor Emma Thompson, Lily James, and Shazad Latif. The cross-cultural romantic-comedy is written and produced by Jemima Khan.

Shabana, on the final day of Emma Thompson’s shoot for ‘What’s Love Bought To Do With It?’ took to Twitter to share the great expertise of working with the academy-award-winning actor. Shabana wrote, “It is a wrap for #Emma Thompson. What a heat, beneficiant costar she has been. I’ll cherish the great occasions we spent collectively.”

Shabana final collaborated with director Shekhar Kapur for the 1983 household drama ‘Masoom.’

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