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Anurag Kashyap’s daughter Aaliyah Kashyap has been dating entrepreneur Shane Gregoire. Recently, they celebrated their one-year dating anniversary. They went to Karjat to celebrate their relationship anniversary. Aaliyah recorded all the fun and romance and she posted it on her YouTube channel. They explored the place together and had some delicious food. Shane enjoyed the place. In the video, Aaliyah also revealed that Shane ate eight pavs for lunch which was actually meant for both. She signed off saying that ‘Indian food has hit Shane and he is struggling tonight’.

Well, recently during a chat with Zoom’s popular show By Invite Only, Aaliyah made an interesting revelation related to her relationship with Shane Gregoire. She said that she was planning to not be in a relationship and also had a breakup. After a month of her breakup, she started using a dating app just that’s when she met Shane. She matched with Shane and he suggested that they talk over a video call. She then texted her best friends Khushi Kapoor and Muskaan and informed them that she will ghost Shane.

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Khushi Kapoor and Muskaan asked Aaliyah to give him a chance and talk to him. Aaliyah agreed and they talked for four hours the first time they spoke over a video call. They finally met after talking to each other for two months for hours on video calls.

On their one-year anniversary, Aaliyah shared a video montage of their special moments with Shane and wrote, “The best 365 days with my best friend that I wouldn’t change for the world. Thank you for loving me unconditionally & showing me a love like no other. I love you forever #1year.”

 

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