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Soha Ali Khan and daughter Inaaya are giving us mother-daughter bonding goals

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Smera Marcia Toppo   |   Calcutta   |   Published 21.09.22, 12:37 PM

From shopping together to dressing up in matching outfits, actress-author Soha Ali Khan and her four-year-old daughter Inaaya are partners in crime, and their Instagram reels together are giving us fans major mother-daughter bonding goals.  

Born to Soha and actor Kunal Kemmu, Inaaya Naumi Kemmu draws a lot of attention online. Soha’s dedication towards positive parenting and the way she bonds with Inaaya has also been winning applause from netizens on social media. Here’s a look at their Instagram posts that are winning hearts. 

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Soha and Inaaya often dress up in matching outfits to express their love for each other, and Instagrammers love it. 

Kunal and Soha take turns playing with Inaaya. But Kunal soon falls asleep while Inaaya paints a shoe with different colours and Soha captures the memory on her camera.  

Every festival becomes extra special when it is celebrated with a special one, and for Soha that person is her daughter. The mother-daughter duo shared a special moment on Eid as Inaaya showered her mother with rose petals and posed for some adorable pictures in matching outfits.

Soha’s fans often comment on her posts about the wonderful upbringing of Inaaya and this reel proves it. In this reel, the four-year-old takes care of an injured butterfly with a delicate hand and helps the insect to a food source. 

Soha and Inaaya go on shopping trips together. Inaaya is already proving to be a big girl and has her own shopping cart to buy all that is needed. Inaaya smartly interacts with staff at the supermarket and walks her way through the store as she picks up items for her cart.



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