Updated: October 15, 2017 6:17:27 am
On Thursday as paparazzi captured the mother-daughter duo of Mira Rajput and Misha Kapoor in their camera lens, many were left wondering why is daddy Shahid Kapoor missing. Well, here he is. Shahid, on Saturday, shared a photo of himself with little Misha wrapped in his arms. The munchkin, who turned one only recently, is seen warming up in her father’s lap as she enjoys a nap.
Sharing the captivating click on his Instagram account, Shahid captioned it as, “Best feeling ever.” Shahid has been in awe of his little angel, his ‘missy’ ever since she came into the world on August 26, 2016. She was introduced to the world after she turned six months old and since then their several father-daughter moments have melted our hearts. Shahid has also made his fans a part of Misha’s growing up days.
On Misha’s first birthday, the doting daddy Shahid took a break from his hectic schedule and flew to London to keep his daughter’s birthday a private affair. Later, we got a glimpse of the cute baby cutting her birthday cake with the help of mommy Mira Rajput and daddy Shahid on her various fan pages.
Just like many other children of tinsel town, Misha too is intrigued by the attention of the photographers and never disappoints them. Unlike her parents, the little one is always ready to strike a pose for the shutterbugs. Her endearing photos are the best to turn a gloomy day into a delightful one. And when she is around, who looks at her star father!
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On the work front, the fans of Shahid Kapoor are waiting to see their favourite star in a never-seen-before role in Padmavati with bated breath. His character poster as Maharawal Ratan Singh and his impressive look in the trailer of the movie has brought him appreciation from all spheres. Padmavati, also starring Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh, releases on December 1.
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