Jeeja of Salman Khan- Aayush Sharma finally reveals Why he gave Muslim Names to his two kids- Aahil Sharma and Aahat Sharma

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....and I gave Muslim names to my kids?

Amid the lockdown which was implemented to check the spread of the epidemic, which has claimed more than lakhs of people’s lives, Bollywood superstar Salman Khan’s brother-in-law Aayush Sharma has recently revealed about the name of his children, why did he name his children Muslim. He said that he always wanted his kids to have both Muslim and Hindu names.

Aayush Sharma, who is very active on social media, tied the knot with Salman’s sister Arpita Khan and they became parents for the second time and made a big disclosure. “We believe in secular relationships so we wanted both our kids to have a Muslim first name and a Hindu surname.”

He also revealed the inspiration behind their first-born Ahil’s name. “We wanted everyone to be named with A. When I was traveling to London, I met a guy named Ahil and I thought it’s a very unique name and it turned out to mean the rightful prince in Persian and that was very fascinating.”

It is to be noticed that Ayush comes from a Hindu family, whereas his wife Arpita Khan belongs to a Muslim family. He said that I and Arpita think beyond religion and we believe in humanity. So we both decided that we will keep our children’s first name as Muslim and surname Hindu.

Arpita Khan gave birth to a lovely daughter on the 27th of December on Salman Khan’s birthday and named her Ayat. Talking about his little one, the Loveyatri actor had some antics to share: “She’s still rather young but she’s started to react to people and associating with people. We take her out for strolls and she gets very fascinated by nature around. I’m just trying to fulfill my fatherly duties.”

Aayush made his Bollywood debut with Loveyatri in 2018, which was produced by Salman Khan. He will next be seen in Kwatha, which will also star Isabelle Kaif, sister of Katrina Kaif.

Writer, historian, and activist Dharam Sikarwar is a very active author The Youth. He writes on national and international issues, environment, politics. He is an avid book reader as well.
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