Farhan Akhtar and Shibani Dandekar are Bollywood’s most up to date IT couple. Particularly after they traded ‘I Love You’ on Instagram, thus making it official for every one of the fans out there who were pulling for their ship! Truth be told, it gave even more reasons when we heard that the pair has traded rings and truly, it couldn’t have been progressively sentimental. Aside from their inconspicuous Insta PDA, obviously in front of their reputed April wedding! Yet, while there is time till that we are simply taking a gander at their photos together and hurling.
Also, not simply mean sentimental vacay pictures, as you may already know! We are talking sweat-soaked, exercise pictures too. We as a whole got fortunate when the team consented to let every one of us peep into their couple exercise routine and completed a photograph arrangement with Vogue India. The jodi, which too fit in any case, is preparing under resigned worldwide kickboxer Drew Neal and are tossing punches both truly and metaphorically. Try not to trust us? Look at the photos here and see with your own eyes.
See what we see? All things, dislike you an unsee it!
Conversing with Vogue about how the entire ‘accomplice’ routine began, Drew stated, “Shibani went to my kickboxing classes for as far back as year. I don’t assume she truly recognized what she needed at first, as she has prepared practically as long as she can remember and was at that point fit as a fiddle [when I met her]. I’m certain she [must have] had reservations toward the begin, however she believed me and we set to it. It before long happened that Farhan was likewise keen on taking a stab at something new, and Shibani suggested that we do some kickboxing sessions together. It just so happens, Farhan was concluding the subtleties of his next film job, which makes them play a fighter. That is the means by which our exercise relationship was conceived—I would concentrate on Shibani’s rec center work and nourishment and transform Farhan into a fighter and obviously, we would hit some boxing sessions all together [at times].