Mira Rajput wishes son Zain on first birthday with adorable pic

Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput’s adorable son Zain Kapoor turns one today and mom Mira wished her son with a cute picture of his.

Posting a picture with Zain, Mira wrote on Instagram, “Try and find Zain without a kissie patch.. Happy Birthday to my world #bigbabyboy.”In the image, Mira is seen laughing as she holds Zain in her arms. Mira is wearing a printed shirt and has paired it with a hat and sunglasses while Zain is wearing a blue and white striped t-shirt in the picture.

Mira also shared pictures on her Instragram story. While one picture showed the decorations with ‘Happy Birthday Zain’ written in golden on the wall as the birthday boy walked around, the other one had a closeup of the table with a spoon.

Mira Rajput gave us a glimpse of the birthday preparation. Sharing a picture of streamers, Mira wrote, “DIY Birthday Prep.”

Recently, Shahid and Mira celebrated their elder daughter Misha’s third birthday.

Shahid and Mira got married in 2015 welcomed their first child, Misha in 2016 and blessed with a baby boy on September 5, 2018. Shahid announced the name of his newborn on Twitter. “Zain Kapoor is here and we feel complete. Thank you for all the wishes and blessings. We are overjoyed and so grateful. Love to all,” he wrote.

Earlier in an interview, Shahid said that before getting married he had no social life. “My relationship status with most of the industry is zilch. Ever since I got married, I have literally not had a social life. I don’t know if that’s a good thing, I probably think it’s a really bad thing. I have been recluse anyway and now I am so into my kids that every time I finish shooting, I am only with them.”

Earlier, Shahid Kapoor told news agency PTI that being a father changed him as a person. "Fatherhood has brought a lot of change in me as a person and as a human being. My priorities have changed. I am less self-oriented now, because I believe actors can never be not self-oriented... I have matured and feel a lot more grown up now," he said.