Pint-Sized Ira Khan Is 'Tired But Happy' In This Adorable Throwback Pic

Ira Khan was born to Aamir Khan and his first wife Reena Dutta in 1997

Pint-Sized Ira Khan Is 'Tired But Happy' In This Adorable Throwback Pic

Ira Khan shared this picture. (Image courtesy: khan.ira)


  • Ira Khan shared a picture on her Instagram profile on Thursday
  • She posted a throwback photo of herself
  • "Babies make the best faces," she wrote
New Delhi:

If you believe that "babies make the best faces," then this post by Aamir Khan's daughter Ira Khan is especially for you. The aspiring director treated her fans on Thursday with a Throwback picture and we totally love it. Why wouldn't we? Ira Khan's expression in the throwback picture is already winning hearts on the Internet. In the photo, baby Ira Khan looks beyond adorable in a white frock. Sharing the picture on her Instagram profile, she wrote: "Mood" and accompanied it with hashtags such as #throwbackthursday #tiredbuthappy and #babiesmakethebestfaces."

Ira Khan was born in 1997 to Aamir Khan and his first wife Reena Dutta, who has shared screen space with him in Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak. Other than Ira, they have a son named Junaid. After divorcing Reena in 2002, Aamir Khan married filmmaker Kiran Rao in the year 2005. The couple welcomed their son Azad Rao Khan in 2011.

Check out Ira Khan's throwback picture here:

Reacting to the picture, actress Aditi Rao Hydari commented: "Uff."

A screenshot of Aditi Rao Hydari's comment on Ira Khan's post.

Ira Khan frequently delights her fans by posting adorable throwback pictures. Earlier this month, she shared another throwback photo, in which she could be seen playing with her cousin wearing a saree.


Meanwhile, also check out the other throwback pictures that Ira Khan has added to her Instagram diaries:

Ira Khan, who is ready to debut as a director with Medea, had said that she prefers to work behind the camera. In an interview with Hindustan Times, Ira said: "I've always felt more comfortable and enthusiastic about working off-stage or behind the camera rather than being in front of it."