Shoaib Ibrahim Responds To Question Whether He Likes Food Cooked By His ‘Ammi’ Or Wife

"I like to eat both hands because one is my mother and one is my wife." 

Shoaib Ibrahim Responds To Question Whether He Likes Food Cooked By His 'Ammi' Or Wife - SurgeZirc India
Shoaib Ibrahim Responds To Question Whether He Likes Food Cooked By His 'Ammi' Or Wife / Photo credit: Instagram

Actor Shoaib Ibrahim is a good example of both a good son to his mother and a loving husband to his wife as his wife Dipika Kakar Ibrahim’s constant smile is a clear indication that the actor is an ideal man for almost all women.

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The couple continues to live a happy life in their beautiful home with their in-laws. Shoaib Ibrahim had a golden opportunity to prove that he is a combination of an ideal husband and a good son when answering a question from a fan that borders on choosing between food cooked by his Ammi and his wife, Dipika Kakar.

Shoaib Ibrahim Responds To Question Whether He Likes Food Cooked By His 'Ammi' Or Wife - SurgeZirc India
Shoaib Ibrahim Responds To Question Whether He Likes Food Cooked By His ‘Ammi’ Or Wife / Photo credit: Instagram

Shoaib Ibrahim on May 1, 2021, hosted an ‘Ask Me Anything’ session on his official Instagram account. During the session, a fan asked him to choose food cooked by his Ammior his wife, Dipika Kakar. The actor said, “Mujhe duno ke haath ka khaana bahut pusund hai kyoki ek meri maa hai or ek meri biwi.” which translates to: “I like to eat both hands because one is my mother and one is my wife.”

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Shoaib and Dipika always serve us with relationship goals as they both support each other and once in one of Shoaib’s Vlogs, we saw it all. On Feb. 1, 2021, Shoaib took to his YouTube channel to share a video of him taking care of his wife, Dipika during her menstruation.

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