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Madhuri Dixit's elder son turns 18, check out what she writes on Instagram to wish him
Madhuri Dixit
Image: Madhuri Dixit Instagram page

Madhuri Dixit's elder son turns 18, check out what she writes on Instagram to wish him

| @indiablooms | 17 Mar 2021, 04:53 pm

Mumbai: Actres Madhuri Dixit on Wednesday shared an image of her elder son Arin as he turned 18.

Sharing images of her son Instagram, the actress posted: "My baby is officially an adult. Happy 18th birthday, Arin. Just remember that with freedom comes responsibilities. From today the world is yours to enjoy, protect and brighten. Make good on all the opportunities that come your way and live life to the fullest. Hope your journey is an unforgettable adventure. Love you."

Madhuri Dixit, who is one of the top stars in Bollywood industry, married doctor  Sriram Nene on October 17, 1999.

The couple also has another son Ryan.

Arin was born on March 17, 2003.

After making her Bollywood debut with the movie Abodh in 1984, Madhuri worked in movies like Tezaab, Hum Aapke Hain Koun!, Parinda, Saajan, Beta, Anjaam, Raja and Dil Toh Pagal Hai

She was last seen in the movie Kalank.


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