Shahid Kapoor’s Wife, Mira Rajput Shares How She Defines Home For Their Kids, Misha, And Zain; Take A Look!!!

Recently, Shahid Kapoor’s wife, Mira Rajput Kapoor shared a new video titled ‘Get To Know The Real Me’ on her YouTube channel, and she answered some questions asked by her fans. Mira Rajput Kapoor wins the hearts of millions and influences several people with her liberality. She is a cherished mother to their children, Misha Kapoor and Zain Kapoor, and tries to give them all the happiness of the world.

Shahid Kapoor said once that his wife Mira turned his house into a home. Mira recently launched her YouTube channel, on which she gives her fans an insight into her life. Now, she has shared a new video and answered some questions about herself. Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput Kapoor with their kids will soon shift to their new home, which is located in Worli, Mumbai. Their duplex costs a massive amount of Rs. 55.60 crores.

According to the reports,  Shahid and Mira’s Worli home was ready to move in. Although, due to the pandemic, the couple couldn’t move into their new home. Just a moment ago, Mira Rajput shared a new video titled Get To Know The Real Me on her YouTube channel. In the video, the star’s wife answered her fans’ questions about her life. During the video, Mira was asked to define what she considers ‘home’ for her children, Misha Kapoor, and Zain Kapoor.

Mira said: “I want the home to be a safe space for them where they can just be themselves, And I want them to feel at home with us, wherever we are.” Moreover, in the video, Mira Rajput Kapoor answered a fan’s question asking about what she does on a flight. She said: “I read, I always have some book in my bag. I listen to music. If I’m traveling with Shahid, then that’s the one time we get to really chat without phones, any signal, text messages, or disturbance…that one time when our time is each other. I like to do that on a flight.”

On January 14, Mira Rajput Kapoor had dropped two pictures on her Instagram stories. After sharing the pictures, Mira had asked for suggestions for planning space allocation for her kitchen in her new home. Mira had written:

“Not my nightstand today and this time asking you all for suggestions. We are moving to our new home soon and just as I thought I have taken all the decisions I could I realised that was just a start…. Currently planning my kitchen and I want to make it as efficient, sturdy, neat and masala/tadka friendly. Do share your organizational hacks/secrets. I have borrowed my friend’s idea of integrating a Matka into the dispenser system so no countertop traffic, recommended cookware (to last), indigenous methods of cooking to be brought back, next level efficient appliances (no burnouts thanks). Even inventory management we all have systems and sometimes somebody is just better.”


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