I’m home. It’s a nice feeling: Ira Khan Shares What Living On Her Own Is Actually Like

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Aamir Khan’s daughter Ira Khan shared a special Instagram story to speak about her new home. Ira, who is quite active on social media, posted a selfie as she returned to her home and wrote, “I shifted in July and I felt like it hadn’t really hit me that I had a new home…that I was living on my own. Today I came home and that’s what I was thinking ‘I’m home.’ It’s a nice feeling.” In the Instagram story, she can be seen wearing a white casual t-shirt and a carefree look on her face.

In the pictures shared by Ira in July, she showed followers how her new house looked like from inside. She has also been sharing pictures of the new place on Instagram.

Take a look at her earlier post here:


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Ira made news sometime back when she openly discussed her battle with depression. Starting a conversation on mental health, in October this year on the occasion of World Mental Health Day, she had shared a video and said, “A lot has been going on, a lot of people have a lot to say. Things are really confusing and stressful and simple and okay but not okay and… life all together. There’s no way to say it all in one go. But I’d like to think I’ve figured some stuff out, or at least figured out how to make it slightly more understandable. About mental health and mental ill-health. So come with me on this journey… in my awkward, quirky, sometimes-baby-voice-y, as-honest-as-I-can-be… way. Let’s start a conversation.”


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In the video, she had revealed that she was still diagnosed with clinical depression and expressed saying, “Hi, I’m depressed. I have been for more than four years now. I’ve been to a doctor and I’m clinically depressed. I’m doing much better now.” 21-year-old Ira, who is pursuing film-making and aspires to be a director, further added, “For over a year now, I wanted to do something for mental health, but I wasn’t sure what to do. So, I have decided to take you on a journey, my journey, and see what happens. Hopefully, we will get to know ourselves slightly better, understand mental illness better.”


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