Hyderabad: December, this year, has brought double celebrations to Salman Khan and his family. While Bollywood’s Bhai celebrated his birthday on December 27, his sister Arpita Khan Sharma delivered a baby girl. Arpita and her husband Aayush Sharma already has a name for their newborn — Ayat Sharma.
Arpita posted on Instagram, announcing the little girl’s name with a welcome card. In the caption, she wrote, “Welcoming our daughter into the world. Grateful & Overjoyed (sic).”
The card says, “Our little princess has arrived. Ayat Sharma. Born on 27th December, Thank you for all your love and blessings. Khan’s and Sharma’s (sic).”
Arpita delivered the baby through a caesarean and in an official statement, Salman Khan and his family expressed joy and pleasure on the arrival of Ayat. Salman took to Twitter to thank all his fans and well-wishers who have been praying for their family. He said, “Welcome to this beautiful world Ayat. Thank u Arpita n Ayush for the best birthday gift for the whole family. May everyone who reads this bless her n may she grow up n make everyone proud. Thank u for all the love n respect. You all have been very kind, thank u thank u thank u! (sic)”
Salman already shares a good bond with his Arpita’s son Ahil Sharma. They are probably the best uncle and nephew duo of Bollywood. Fans cannot wait to watch the love he will be showering on his little niece.
Aayush and Arpita married in 2014 at Taj Falaknuma Palace in Hyderabad, and their first child Ahil was born in 2016.
Celebrities like Genelia Deshmukh, Isabelle Kaif (Katrina Kaif’s sister), Maheep Kapoor (Sanjay Kapoor’s wife), Elli Avram, and Sophie Choudry congratulated the couple for the baby.
“Congratulations Arpita, Aayush and of course little Ahil. Welcome to this world little princess Ayat (sic),” Genelia commented.
Sophie Choudry wrote, “Huge congrats and such a beautiful name!!! Lots of love and God Bless (sic).”
It looks like Maheep Kapoor can’t wait to kiss the little one. She wrote, “Congratulations tightest hug and smooch to baby Ayat from us (sic).”