Shabbir Ahluwalia Celebrates Birthday With Wife In Croatia

By , 10 Aug 2017, 17:48 PM Lifestyle
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The Indian TV actor and his ex-actress wife praise Croatia on Instagram.

As NDTV reports on the 10th of August, 2017, popular Indian TV star Shabbi Ahluwalia is celebrating his 38th birthday with wife Kanchi Kaul and two sons in Croatia.

Both he and his wife, Kanchi, posted a series of photos on the popular photo sharing app Instagram praising the beauty of the country in several different locations, from Dubrovnik to Hvar and Split. The pair visited numerous locations in Split, ate at both Hvar's DiVino restaurant, Dubrovnik's Nautika and Takenoko restaurants and Kanchi took a photo in the wildly popular Iron Throne from the hit series Game of Thrones on the island of Lokrum.

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