Shilpa Shetty’s son Viaan sneakily eats candy canes as they decorate their Christmas tree together. Watch video – bollywood

Actress Shilpa Shetty and her son Viaan had a head start on this year’s Christmas decorations. They decorated their Christmas tree with twinkling lights, ornaments, stars and hanging ornaments of different shapes.

Shilpa took to Instagram to share a boomerang video of what she called her and Viaan’s ‘favorite tradition’. In the clip, he was also seen sneakily eating a candy cane, while she made a surprised face. “Viaan thought the candy cane was delicious. Who said it was easy to be a mom. Decorating the tree together is our favorite tradition; It’s time to be happy … fa la la la … la la la la, ”he wrote.

Fans showered love for Shilpa and Viaan in the comment section. “The perfect mother and son,” wrote one. “Very sweet both of them,” commented another. “Awesome … so cute,” wrote a third.

Shilpa, who has been absent from the big screen for more than a decade, is gearing up to make her acting comeback with Sabbir Khan’s Nikamma. The film also stars Abhimanyu Dassani and Shirley Setia.

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Last month, Shilpa wrapped up filming for Nikamma and shared behind-the-scenes photos and videos from the set. “The #NikammaShootWrap is a bittersweet moment for me … I’ve had a great time filming with this crazy #Nikamma group! We’ve spent so much time together that I’m really going to miss all the madness, but I’m recovering memories that will last a lifetime … all thanks to my director, Sabbir Khan, Abhimanyu and Shirley. I can’t wait for all of you to see the result of our labor of love! For now … it’s a WRAP..Yaaaaay! ”He wrote on Instagram.

Shilpa also has the Priyadarshan Hungama 2 comedy, alongside Paresh Rawal, Meezaan, and Pranitha Subhash, in the pipeline. Although both of his films were scheduled for release this year, they have been postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. In an earlier interview with the Hindustan Times, he confirmed that the creators of both films were interested in a theatrical release and were not considering going the direct route to digital.

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