Smriti Irani’s note to her son is adorable


It is truly said that a mother is a mother first and then anything else. A woman can be a leading actress, a top entrepreneur, president of a country or a housewife but the motherly affection that she has defines her character truly. Smriti Irani’s Instagram post for her son is straight from a mother’s heart. Also, the post is being loved and adored by all the mothers everywhere.



Smriti Irani’s son Zohar Irani is all grown up. Zohar is giving her 12th class board exams and how his mother wished him luck is commendable. Smriti Irani shared a super cute picture of her sons as a kid with a sweet note.


The caption said, “This firstborn of mine has grown up to be a loving & responsible young man. Wrote his first 12th board exam today, will leave home soon in pursuit of his dreams. Keeps telling me ‘Ma ab aap height mein chote ho gaye mujhse’. Does not know ‘har Ma ki dua hai ki uska bachcha sirf height mein nahi, balki Jeevan mein usse aage badhe. Khush rahe aur tarraki kare@zohrirani_21 ❤️#weekendvibes ❤️❤️❤️”




The message conveyed the true feelings of a mother whose son is all grown up and she is filled with nostalgia. As soon as Smriti shared this picture, the mothers of the internet were quick to respond.


A few of the messages read,



@zohrirani_21 May all the positive vibes with u buddy, I know how hard it is to leave the nest after completion of ur boards to venture out for a new adventure in life; may u be successful in carving out a new niche for urself. I am sure ur maa would be an inspiration for u on how to be tough going forward. Make urself proud.👊


My daughter will be doing the same next year! I cannot imagine her out of the house! Great feeling at the same time hard to digest!


All the best to him, ma’am! Have the same dialog here and also writing his 12th boards! My prayers for your kid too to ace his boards!💖💖



Smriti Irani’s note to her son is adorable



We wish each student who is giving the board exams, All the very Best! Stay Glued…

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