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Kirron Kher, who is battling cancer, seen in Sikander Kher’s video, asked to marry her son

Just as Sikandar Kher was about to sign out, Kiran asked Sikandar to show his face in the video. He said with a big smile, ‘Hello! Thank you all for your well wishes and love, thank you very much.’

Mumbai. Actress and politician Kirron Kher, who is fighting a battle with cancer, has made an appearance in a new Instagram video of her son Sikander Kher. On Wednesday night, Sikandar did an Instagram live and Kirron Kher also appeared in it. Kher shared a message for his fans. Her husband and actor Anupam Kher is also seen in the video.

In his Instagram live session, Sikander is saying, ‘I am sitting with the parents and you can get a good glimpse of Mrs. Kher’s feet.’ Then he turned the camera towards his feet and asked them to say ‘hi’. At this Kiran, who was seen resting on a sofa, was heard saying ‘hello’ in her cheerful voice. Earlier, Kiran was also heard telling Sikandar to get married at the earliest as he would turn 41 in a few months.

Sikander thanked his well-wishers in the video, ‘Now sitting with parents. I’ll meet you all in a while. Lots of love and thanks for the love you gave to my mother, now you can see her feet. Thanks for constantly asking about his health. She should listen because I’m not around when you ask about her, and she is here. Thank you very much, Kirron Kher is doing very well.

Just as Sikandar was about to sign out, Kiran asked Sikandar to show his face in the video. He said with a big smile, ‘Hello! Thank you all for your well wishes and love, thank you very much.’ In the video, Kiran is seen wearing an arm sling. Sharing the video, Sikander wrote, ‘Khersab and Kiran ma’am, this is short and sweet.. Greetings from the family to me too.. Thank you all for the love you gave to my mother.’

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