Children’s Day 2021: Here’s what Shilpa Shetty and other stars posted

Shilpa Shetty with son Viaan. (courtesy shilpashetty)


  • Many stars share the shortcomings
  • Shilpa Shetty shares funny video with son
  • Anushka Sharma shared a quote

New Delhi:

Happy Children’s Day. It is time to rediscover the child within each of us. And, our favorite Bollywood stars who are celebrating the special day with their kids also took the time to share some wishes and messages with their fans on social media. From cute images to candid notes, the actors shared posts on Instagram. Topping the list is Mira Rajput, who shared a note that had her Instafam smiling. He posted the caption along with a picture of his daughter Misha. The mother of two wrote, ‘Light of our life, Happy Children’s Day today and every day my children. And one day you’ll learn true patience when you’re sleepy and the lights are on at 6:30 in the morning.”

Mira Rajput, who is married to actor Shahid Kapoor, has two children, Misha and Zain.

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Mira Rajput’s brother-in-law, Ishaan Khatter also shared the same picture of Misha and wrote, “Happy Children’s Day to my cherubs and all the kids everywhere. Dream big and dream always – your imagination is your best friend for life.”

Writer-director Tahira Kashyap also shared a message on the special day. Sharing a montage video of her son Virajveer Khurana playing guitar and her daughter Varushka Khurana playing the guitar, Tahira wrote, “I have always been inspired by children… their spirit, energy, innocence, perception and the need to nurture and protect it. Is. my first short film was on children toffee and my first feature film Sharma ji’s daughter For which I have just finished shooting, in which he has played a huge role and that is only because there is so much to learn from him.”

“I value this day a lot because children inspire me like no other! Happy Children’s Day!” Tahir, who is married to Ayushmann Khurrana, said. Addressing the song playing in the background, he wrote, ‘This song’ Childhood My first short film is from Toffee! very special.”

Actress Shilpa Shetty also shared a video of herself with her son Viaan Raj Kundra. In the clip, both are seen playing with a toy made of mud. He wrote in the caption, ‘Keep your inner child alive forever! Happy Children’s Day.”

Director-actor Farhan Akhtar shared a picture of his daughters, Shakya Akhtar, Akira Akhtar and said, “A world in which they can be curious and always smiling. We owe them at least that much. Happy Children’s Day.”

Diana Penty shared an old photo of herself as a child wearing glasses and wrote, “I’ll have a one-way ticket to the 90s, please.”

Kriti Kharbanda shared a throwback photo of herself in which she is seen with a sad look on her face. Talking about being a serious kid while growing up, Kriti said, “I look at my pictures from when I was a kid, and I’m drowning in most of them. Can’t help but wonder. That’s what was going through my mind. I guess there’s no point thinking about it! But the more I look at them the more I realize the importance of smiling and laughing. I’m a very serious, mature kid I grew up ahead of my time. I probably felt responsible for things, or maybe I wanted to be such a strict adult, because you know, everyone listens to adults! I thought they had it easy Ha! I don’t know.”

As an adult, Kriti said that she was doing things differently. “Now I’m making up for lost time. I do stupid things on purpose. Still mature, still feel responsible, but now, I don’t take myself too seriously,” she said. Asked fans to do the same.

Read the full note here:

Actress Anushka Sharma also shared a post asking elders to keep the child inside them alive forever. He wrote, “Happy Children’s Day to the child who survived in you.”


Screenshot of Anushka Sharma’s Instagram story.

Here are some more posts by celebs:

Tell us whose Children’s Day wishes resonated with you the most in the comments.


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