Ayushmann also said, “The kind of revelations that you made in this book are completely insane. I just hope humare ma-baap na padhe kitaab (I just hope our parents don’t read this book).”
For those who are eagerly waiting to get their hands on the book, Ayushmann said they can go ahead by all means “Because it won’t be embarrassing for them for sure.”
Tahira also shared Ayushmann’s video on her profile and wrote, “Hot mind? Ok then… hitting the gym right away…to check you out! What did you think? Workouts are always going to be at my own pace and space (mostly in the head). Twirl the moustaches for me na next time.”
Tahira also shared a gratitude post for Shah Rukh Khan and wrote, “Dear @iamsrk your movies not only made me bunk college but also made me shift a couple of bases… ahem! Your onscreen romance translated to an off screen one for me. big thank you for that to begin with and for the day that I truly experienced your magnanimity at the TED talk when you didn’t judge me for my aspiration to be in Pam/Kim clan and today for having shared your kind words for my book! My heart is bouncing with joy! Big thank you once again.”
Tahira Kashyap and Ayushmann Khurrana, who marked 19 years of togetherness this year, got married in 2008 after dating for several years.
The 12 Commandments Of Being A Woman is Tahira Kashyap’s fourth book as an author. She made her writing debut with I Promise in 2011 and also the novel Souled Out to her credit. She has also co-authored husband Ayushmann Khurrana’s biography Cracking The Code: My Journey In Bollywood.