Sonam Kapoor got a special gift from her husband on her birthday, just understand the emotion, not the price, showed the video of the gift

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor is celebrating her 39th birthday on June 9. On this occasion, she is getting lots of wishes and love from friends and family. Meanwhile, Sonam's husband Anand Ahuja has also given a wonderful gift to his beloved wife. Sonam gave a glimpse of her birthday celebration on her social media handle. Sonam Kapoor gave a glimpse of the birthday gift given by her husband Anand Ahuja. Let us show you too. Some time ago, Sonam Kapoor shared a picture of the gift she received from her beloved husband Anand Ahuja on her Instagram story. On her special day, Sonam received one of Rabindranath Tagore's most favorite books 'Gitanjali'. Sharing the post, she wrote, 'Birthday gift from my wonderful husband … the first edition of Gitanjali translated into English by Tagore. Thank you @anandhuja I don't know what I did to deserve you.'

Sonam got this gift from her husband

In one story, she even opened the book and gave a glimpse of its first few pages. Also, Sonam's birthday was celebrated among her family and friends in the United Kingdom.

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In a video posted by her sister Rhea Kapoor, they can be seen having fun at the night's party, while in the last photo, Sonam is seen blowing out the candles with folded hands and closed eyes. A candelabrum is seen on the dining table.

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On the work front, Sonam was last seen in the crime thriller 'Blind', which is scheduled to release on July 7, 2023. The film marks her comeback after a gap of six years following 'The Zoya Factor', which released in 2019. She will next be seen in 'Battle for Bittora'.

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