SHABIHA NUR KHATOON, OP
Actor Aslam Khan, who has done movies like Nayi Padosan, Kaante and Welcome 2, loves to spend Sunday with her daughter Amaira
LAID BACK SUNDAY
I prefer to spend Sunday with my family. And try to avoid work as that is the only day when I get some time chilling at home, listening to music, watching TV and playing with my daughter.
My Sunday special is my daughter, Amaira Khan. I love to play with her when at home. I must confess that spending time with her takes me back to my childhood days.
Sunday is also special in a way because I get some time to spend with my friends and it involves dining with them at home. Sometimes we prefer a house party.
FIT AND FINE
Aslam is a fitness freak is who doesn’t like to skip his workout on Sundays. “Music and fitness are my hobbies and I try to give maximum time to both the activities. Sometimes I skip my workout on weekdays so I make it a point to shed those extra calories on a Sunday,” he says.
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