Shahid Kapoor Spends An Evening At The Park With Baby Misha; Gives Us All New Relationship Goals

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Shahid Kapoor Spends An Evening At The Park With Baby Misha; Gives Us All New Relationship Goals

Shahid and Misha spotted spending an evening at the park

In a time when we all are talking about equal partnerships in love relationships, Shahid Kapoor has just given us all new goals. Last evening, the actor was spotted spending some fun time with baby Misha at a park. The actor and his little girl twinned in blue hue and were perfectly okay with the papz going click – click on them. While exiting the park, Shahid was seen holding a dabba full of pomegranate seeds for baby Misha. Inculcating some healthy habits there, eh?

If you wondered where mommy Mira Rajput was, we are sure she was enjoying some ‘me time’ doing her own gig while the baby was away. All new mommies need that down time and Shahid, who is on a break right now, before diving neck deep into work, totally understands that. Who wouldn’t like a partner who treats you to just the kind of pampering you really really need? And when it comes to daddy-daughter bonding, there have been enough and more articles about how a father’s spending time with his little girl (or even boy for that matter) can not only strengthen their bond but also help keep the communication open when the kids grow up. ALSO READ: This Is When Padmavati New Release Date Will Be Locked

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Shahid Kapoor and Misha

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Shahid and Misha’s day out

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Feeling blue? Not after these pics!

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Shahid and Misha exiting from the park

On the work front, while Padmavati, where Shahid plays Maharawal Ratan Singh, lies postponed indefinitely, the actor will soon start shooting for director Shree Narayan Singh’s Batti Gul Meter Chalu. The film is set to on go floors next month with Ileana D’Cruz as the female lead and set for an August 31, 2018 release. As per recent reports, the team is hunting for another female lead and will make the announcement soon. The film is a satire on the growing electricity rates in some parts of the country, while other parts still don’t even have an electricity pole in their area.