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Gauri Khan pictured with son AbRam again

Gauri Khan looks beautiful, smiling for a picture with tiny tot AbRam in Goa.

Written by Sunitra Pacheco | Mumbai |
Updated: April 20, 2015 1:29:15 pm
Gauri Khan, AbRam Khan This picture was taken in Goa, when Gauri and AbRam accompanied Shah Rukh Khan for the opening of Planet Hollywood.

While the first picture of Gauri Khan with son AbRam in Goa, had us ooing and aahing, this next one surely beats the previous picture.

Wearing a nude coloured one shoulder Monisha Jaising gown, Gauri Khan looks beautiful, smiling for a picture with tiny tot AbRam, holding onto her finger.

This picture was taken in Goa, when Gauri and AbRam accompanied Shah Rukh Khan for the opening of Sachiin Joshi’s new resort, Planet Hollywood.

Seems like both Gauri and Shah Rukh took the opportunity to spend some quality time with their youngest son. Gauri was pictured keeping a watchful eye on her AbRam’s antics as well.

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Gauri Khan, AbRam

In the picture, the tiny tot could be seen leaning against one of the doors as his mother watches amusedly. Dressed in shorts and a bright yellow tee shirt, AbRam seems to be in quite the holiday mood, while Gauri gives us a stunning picture of backless flowy gown.

Shah Rukh Khan, AbRam

Another picture had both Shah Rukh Khan and AbRam sitting on a sandy beach in Goa.

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