Check this out: Uncle Salman Khan and nephew Ahil click their first picture together

Salman Khan just became a maamu jaan earlier this week

FP Staff March 31, 2016 16:49:40 IST
Check this out: Uncle Salman Khan and nephew Ahil click their first picture together

Salman Khan just became a maamu jaan earlier this week, when his sister Arpita Khan Sharma and her husband Aayush Sharma had a baby boy.

The entire Khan khaandaan went to visit the new parents and even took pictures to celebrate their new arrival, Ahil.

Blessed moment 😇

A photo posted by Atul Agnihotri (@atulreellife) on

However it was uncle Salman Khan's picture with his newphew that went viral. In the image, Salman is seen placing a kiss on his newphew's forehead while Arpita looks on happily. The image was shared by father Aayush Sharma:

Thank you all for the lovely wishes. 🙏😃 A photo posted by Aayush Sharma (@aaysharma) on

The couple had tied the knot in November 2014 and Arpita has been sharing pictures of her lovely pregnant self on social media since early this year. They made the pregnancy announcement during Ganesh Chaturthi last year.

On the work front, Salman has been busy shooting his next film, Yash Raj's Sultan with Anushka Sharma.

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