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‘The day I don’t live, the day I live in you’

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Today is the sixth birthday of Dhaliwood star Shakib Khan and Apu Biswas’ only son Abram Khan Joy. Shakib and Apu are no longer together. The boy lives with his mother. Blessing his son on his birthday, Shakib Khan wrote on Facebook that he wants to live in the future with his son. Want to be by the boy’s side all the time in any need.

Shakib Khan’s Facebook status was highlighted. He wrote, ‘Almost everything in the world has an end but my love for you has no end. Because you are a priceless gift from God to me. Not just birthdays, every day is important to me for you. I have always tried to give something good for your beautiful future. I have been with you all the time, I am and I will be in the future Insha Allah. Achieve full success in survival. Exceed the boundaries of all my dreams. Stay ahead of me in all areas of success in life. Believe me, the day I don’t live, I will live in you for a long time. Happy birthday and love to you. Happy Birthday, Abraham Khan Joy. ‘

There is no end to the curiosity of the fans about the love and marriage of Shakib Khan and Apu Biswas. Shakib Khan secretly married Apu Biswas on April 17, 2006. Their son Abram was born on September 26, 2016, in a hospital in Kolkata, West Bengal. Apu Biswas came on a live program of a TV channel on April 10, 2016, and published the news of marriage and children.
After the news of the marriage came to the public, the tension between the two was created. On November 22, 2016, Shakib Khan sent a notice of divorce to Apu through a lawyer. After three months, their separation took effect

Shakib Khan is currently busy shooting for the grant movie ‘Galui’. The father and son are less likely to meet on this birthday due to the need to shoot the movie. Shakib has recently completed the shooting of the movie ‘Leader: I am Bangladesh’ except for two songs. On the other hand, Apu Biswas recently finished shooting an advertisement. Awaiting releases are ‘Swasurbari Zindabad 2’ and ‘Shadow Tree’.

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