During a recent interaction with her fans, Aamir Khan's daughter, Ira Khan, has objected to the use of 'gendered nouns' like son and daughter.
On Monday, Ira held a Q&A session on Instagram and asked, "I am not quite sure what to.do.with myself. You?"
She answered multiple questions by her fans. However, her reply to one of the users has got our attention.
The user asked the star kid, "Aapto Aamir Khan sir ki son ho an?" To this, Ira was quick to respond, "I am his daughter. But what even are these gendered nouns?"
Another user asked her if she knows how to speak in Marathi since her boyfriend Nupur Shikhare is a Maharashtrian. Responding to the user, Ira wrote, "Nahi. Pun me sumjhoon sakto (No. But I can understand)."
Ira is quite active on social media. From giving her fans a glimpse of her personal life to discussing the importance of mental health, Ira quite often interacts with fans.
Ira recently celebrated her birthday on May 8. The star kid shared a video on her social media handle with a caption that read, "Happy Birthday to me! 4 weeks, 7 days a week, 25 minutes a day. Can I do it? No matter how I'm feeling emotionally. Can I do this for myself?"
Meanwhile, Ira has no intentions to follow her father Aamir and become an actor. She made her directorial debut with a play titled Euripedes’ Medea in 2019. It featured Hazel Keech in the lead role.