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Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput enjoy the Swiss waters with their children. Zain, Misha

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Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput are on holiday with their two children, Misha and Zain, in Switzerland. Mira has posted a new photo of the four of them from their vacation trip.

Shahid Kapoor has traveled to Switzerland with his family, and images from the trip show them having a great time. His wife, Mira Rajput, went to Instagram on Thursday to post their first family photo on the site. Misha and Zain, the couple’s children, accompany them.

Mira’s Instagram Story photo shows her in a pink top and white jeans, clutching Shahid’s arm on the left and Misha’s hand on the right. Shahid is dressed in white and is seen holding Zain’s hand as they all stand on the beach, gazing out at the turquoise waves.

Mira also posted a few photos from their Bernina Express train excursion and how it was going. “Ja jee le Apni Zindagi (go enjoy your life),” she captioned one of her pictures from Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge. She published their first photos from the location two days ago and noted in the caption that her son Zain, the the serial photo bomber,’ is back.

Mira hinted at the trip last week when she asked her followers for advice on how to pack both winter and summer outfits in the smallest amount of space.

Mira has discussed the difficulties of traveling with children earlier this year. “It’s a harsh business,” she said in a blog post. For children under a particular age, feeling overwhelmed may have a cascading effect on the whole journey; it also requires a prior preparation, meal breaks, and tolerance for unanticipated changes in plans. It also necessitates excessive packing (which you already know I loathe) and, even with lists, becomes laborious.”

Shahid was most recently seen in Jersey, which opened to mediocre reviews. Mrunal Thakur and Pankaj Kapur also appeared in the film. Farzi, his first web series, will be viewed by the actor, who also has a feature in the works. to the characters, all with a lot of naach gaana. Even in the most dramatic scenes, there are flashes of laughter that do not seem inappropriate or forced; this is what I appreciated most about the picture.

The males of the family — Kukoo, Gurpreet, and Bheem — are shown dancing with Russian ladies at a bachelor’s party, while Ginny is enjoying her pre-wedding celebration with her female tribe and accidentally kisses her ex-boyfriend, whom she still loves. In the same universe, the ladies of the home — Naina, her mother, and her mother-in-law — are attending a kirtan where a Guru Ma is doing puja to ensure Naina becomes pregnant soon. I enjoyed this section because of the intricacies each individual chooses and their challenges. Many such instances are all too real and realistic in today’s world.

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