Union Minister Smriti Irani Becomes Saas – Shanelle Irani And Arjun Bhalla Engaged

Smriti Irani daughter engaged, Smriti Irani Becomes Saas
Smriti Irani daughter engaged: Smriti Irani’s daughter, Shanelle Irani is now engaged to Arjun Bhalla the actor, politician and author shared the news through her Instagram posts.

The author of Lal Salaam, Smriti Irani, shared proposal photos of her daughter Shanelle and a selfie of the couple with a ring on her finger.

“To the man who now has our heart @arjun_bhalla welcome to our mad cap family … bless you for you have to deal with a crazy man for a father in law & worse .. me for a Saas … (you have been officially warned) God bless”, Smriti Irani captioned the photos on Instagram.

Ekta Kapoor commented on the post “U prayed so hard for this  sooo happieeeee.” For which Smriti Irani replied by saying, “She deserves all the happiness.”

Sikander Kher, Anaita Shroff Ajania, Mouni Roy were among the many people who congratulated the actor turned politician on her daughter’s engagement.

“Congratulations Smriti on becoming a saas,”  said Smriti Iran’s co-star Apara Mehta. 

Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi fame, Smriti Irani married Zubin Irani in 2001 and Shanelle is her step-daughter while she has two children with Zubin Irani.

Smriti Irani daughter engaged: Who is Shanella Irani?

Shanella Irani is a lawyer by profession who did her bachelors from the Government Law College Mumbai and LLM from Georgetown University Law Centre. Washington D.C. 

Who is Arjun Bhalla?

Arjun Bhalla is not from a political background and is currently pursuing his MBA in London. He is a Canadian legal professional with roots in India. He was born in Toronto.

Iran’s  would be son-in-law did his Bachelor’s from St. Michael’s College and LLB from the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom.

The Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi, actor and Union Minister recently published her debut novel Lal Salaam which is a political thriller.

Irani said, “The story has been brewing at the back of my mind for a few years now, until there came a time when I simply couldn’t ignore the urge to put it down on paper. I am hoping readers will enjoy the pace and the insights I have tried to bring to the narrative, which is set in a less-reported part of India.”

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