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Photos of Saif Ali Khan's son Ibrahim Ali Khan and Akshay Kumar's son Aarav Bhatia hanging out together go VIRAL

Apparently, the picture is from 2019 when Ibrahim Ali Khan and Aarav Bhatia were chilling out together in the company of other friends.

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Photos of Saif Ali Khan's son Ibrahim Ali Khan and Akshay Kumar's son Aarav Bhatia hanging out together go VIRAL
Ibrahim Ali Khan and Aarav Bhatia with their friends | Instagram/@iakpataudifanclub
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A few photos of Bollywood star kids Ibrahim Ali Khan, son of actor Saif Ali Khan, and Aarav Bhatia, son of actor Akshay Kumar, partying together have been doing the rounds on social media. The two boys seem to be close friends, considering they are happily striking a pose with other friends, for the camera. 

Apparently, the picture is from 2019 when Ibrahim Ali Khan and Aarav Bhatia were chilling out together in the company of other friends after they were spotted leaving from a restaurant post-dinner. The picture is from the same day and shows the boys who were twinning in black, posing for the camera. The picture also has their friends in the frame.

And now, after almost 2 years, the picture has surfaced online and has been going viral with fans going gaga over their friendship. 

For the unversed, Akshay and Saif have worked together in quite a few films. They last shared the screen space in the 2008 film, Tashan, which starred Kareena Kapoor as the female lead. 

Apart from this, other films in which they have starred together are 'Yeh Dillagi', 'Main Khiladi Tu Anari', 'Keemat' and 'Aarzoo'.

While Ibrahim Ali Khan is all set to enter Bollywood and his father Saif too has acknowledged the fact that he is ready to enter films, it's not clear if Akshay's son Aarav too wants to pursue a career in films. 

As for Ibrahim, about his debut, Saif had said, "Ibrahim seems prepared for a career in acting. And why not? I’d like all my children to be in this profession. It is the best place to work in. I remember at 17-18 I was a mess. Acting saved me from self-destruction. Having a job, a sense of identity has given me job satisfaction. Also, the enjoyment it has given me is more than I could ask for."

Speaking about Ibrahim’s future in Bollywood, Saif had said, "He should (join Bollywood as an actor), he’s looking good, better looking than I am! He’s a very charming guy. I definitely think all of my children would be interested in acting. We’re an acting family, the whole bunch of us are in the industry. So I’m sure. He’s still a little young, and I’m keener that he does university first. Then, of course, we’ll support him in whatever he wants to do."

 

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