Smriti Irani's #ThrowbackThursday pic with husband Zubin on Instagram gets warm response

Union Minister Smriti Irani shares #ThrowbackThursday picture with husband Zubin Irani on Instagram and gets warm response

Union Minister Smriti Irani has been quite active on social media. The Rajya Sabha MP from Gujarat today shared an adorable throwback picture of hers with her husband Zubin on Instagram. The picture was originally posted by Zubin on the social networking site. He had captioned the picture: “#tbt Memory is a way of holding onto the things you love __ the things you are, the things you never want to lose – The Wonder Years.”

The post has garnered a ton of reactions on Instagram since it was posted on the site.

“Gorgeous couple,” says one Instagram user on Ms Irani’s post. “Nice couple… you look so pretty,” says another.

And while Ms Irani hasn’t replied to any comments so far, her husband took it upon himself to reply to a few, among them a comment by producer Ekta Kapoor.

“This is lovelyyyyyy,” she posted. “The absolute early Kyunki days,” he replied.

She also shared a picture of her kids on the social media site earlier and wrote, “My babies toooo ___how time flies _____kal hi ki to baat thi.”

My babies toooo ___how time flies _____kal hi ki to baat thi……. #Repost @iamzfi (@get_repost) ___ Then & Now my babies _

A post shared by Smriti Irani (@smritiiraniofficial) on

The Textile minister had earlier posted a paragliding video and International Yoga Day Instagram posts that had people on the Internet in splits.


Irani clearly showed that she is sensible enough to take a joke on her also when she posted this video with caption
“#tbt Take off from the paragliding capital of India Bir Billing_ And then there might be some who wud be wondering “Did she have to land!!!!”

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