- Shahid and Mira cheerfully waved at the cameras
- Zain was cradled in his mom Mira's arms
- Shahid and Mira's daughter Misha was also there
Shahid Kapoor and wife Mira Rajput, who welcomed their second child on Wednesday, took their son home this evening. The couple, along with daughter Misha, cheerfully waved at the cameras outside Mumbai's Hinduja Hospital, where Mira was admitted. The baby, whom they've named Zain Kapoor, was cradled in his mom Mira's arms while Shahid carried Misha. Mira's mother Bela Rajput was also pictured at the hospital. With a tweet posted in the afternoon, Shahid announced that he and Mira have decided to name their son Zain. "Zain Kapoor is here and we feel complete. Thank you for all the wishes and blessings. We are overjoyed and so grateful. Love to all," Shahid Kapoor tweeted.
Please welcome baby Zain, Shahid, Mira and Misha.
Zain Kapoor is here and we feel complete. Thank you for all the wishes and blessings. We are overjoyed and so grateful. Love to all.— Shahid Kapoor (@shahidkapoor) September 7, 2018
Shahid and Mira married in 2015. Misha just turned two. September 7 is also happens to be Mira's birthday.
Mira Rajput was admitted to the hospital on Wednesday. Her mother was there with her and later, when Shahid's mother Neelima Azim and brother Ishaan Khatter were spotted outside the hospital. Zain was born in the night. On Thursday afternoon, Shahid brought Misha to meet her baby brother and mom Mira in the hospital.
Shahid's colleagues like Alia Bhatt, Sonam Kapoor, Preity Zinta, Abhishek Kapoor, Anurag Kashyap have sent their congratulatory messages to the new parents.
Shahid had announced Mira's second pregnancy with an adorable post featuring 'big sister' Misha in April this year.
On the work front, Shahid Kapoor will be next seen in Batti Gul Meter Chalu while he is expected to start filming Arjun Reddy remake in sometime.
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