Ever since Aamir Khan’s daughter Ira Khan has announced his debut directorial venture, she appears to have begun paying extra attention to her fitness. A testament to this is her latest fitness video showing her wriggle and writhe while trying to avoid a stick. And when Ira is turning a contortionist in the video, can Hazel Keech, wife of Yuvraj Singh, resist her temptation and not comment?
Ira, who has suddenly given a boost to her social media presence by keeping her fans abreast of her goings-on, shared a video of her fun workout schedule last week. In the video, Ira was seen suspended from a bar a few feet above the ground. While she was being prodded by a stick, she had to make every effort to avoid touching the object. She even went to the extent of supporting all her body weight with only one hand, while she wriggled and writhed around to fulfill the goal of the exercise. Her first few seconds of the workout were brilliant, but she lost her grip on the bar and fell to the floor.
However, Ira took the fall in her stride and saw a funny side to the incident as she wrote, “Whoops… I’m okay.” She ended the post with a smiley emoji.
As expected, her video elicited plenty of response from her fans on the social media platform. But the notable comment came from her friend Hazel, who too appeared to have been left in splits as she wrote, “Lol! Doh.” Hazel’s use of ‘duh’ appeared to have been to describe the silliness of Ira during the workout.
Ira had recently revealed how she had signed Hazel for the lead character of her debut play Medea, which is an adaptation of Euripides’ Greek tragedy Medea. A day after Ira had revealed how Hazel said ‘yes to her proposal’, it emerged that she also cast her brother Junaid Khan to play a lead character in her upcoming play Medea. Both Ira and Junaid are Aamir Khan’s children from his first wife Reena Dutta.
The lead cast of Medea includes Hazel Keech, Varun Patel, Sabreen Baker, Nolan Lewis, Rohini Raja and Divyesh Vijayakar among others. Scheduled to premiere in December this year, the play will travel across India.