Actor Aamir Khan had a little time to catch up with Dhanashree Verma and her husband, cricketer Yuzvendra Chahal. The photo has been seemingly clicked ahead of the Indian Premier League (IPL) match between Kolkata Knight Riders and Rajasthan Royals. Yuzvendra plays for Rajasthan Royals. Also read: Aamir Khan flies to Nepal for 10-day meditation programme amid break from acting
In the photo, Aamir is seen all smiles as he stood in between Dhanashree and Yuzvendra. The actor wore an all-red tracksuit. While Dhanashree looked casual in a white crop top and grey pants, the cricketer looked comfortable in athleisure wear.
Sharing the photo, Dhanashree wrote in the caption, “Threepeat.” The KKR Vs RR match is taking place at Eden Gardens on Thursday. Sanju Samson-led RR has won the toss and opted to field first against the other team.
Aamir was previously seen in Dream11 commercials. Meanwhile, a report suggested that the actor was on a break from films, following the performance of his last outing Laal Singh Chaddha in 2022. He was reportedly in Nepal on a ten-day vipassana meditation programme.
The report also suggested that Aamir was slated to participate in a programme at the Vipassana Meditation Centre located in Budhanilkantha, which is 12 km away from Kathmandu. It’s regarded as one of the most prominent meditation centres in the country.
Rup Jyoti, an official from the Center in Nepal, confirmed it to ANI, “Yes, he is here to undergo 11 days Vipashna meditation. He has already been enrolled in the session from today. From airport he directly came to Budhanilkantha and started the session.”
The actor reached Kathmandu on May 7, an official at the Immigration Office said. “Aamir Khan arrived in Kathmandu Sunday morning on board Vistara Airlines,” the official told news agency PTI.
After the release of Laal Singh Chaddha last year, Aamir announced that he will take a long break from acting. While he has not announced any new projects, he keeps making appearances at events, and parties and also featured in the Dream 11 ads. In one of them, he also joked about the failure of Laal Singh Chaddha. The film was the Hindi adaptation of Tom Hanks’ 1994 film Forrest Gump.