Arin, the son of Madhuri Dixit, is currently studying in the US at the University of Southern California. In recent months, Arin has talked about everything from how his life had changed since moving from Mumbai in 2021 to his experience of living alone in the US. Now, in a new video, Madhuri DixitDr. Shriram Nene’s husband, who has an active presence on YouTube, has shared a video of him teaching their son Arin how to prepare a “tasty and healthy” Indian dish: masala oats. The dish is tasted by none other than Madhuri himself, who makes a special appearance in the father-son video. She praised her son’s cooking skills and also gave him some tips. Read also: When Madhuri revealed Dixit, Shriram Nene could only identify Amitabh Bachchan at the wedding party
In the video, Dr. Shriram Nene shared his “great recipe” with Arin while teaching him how to cook masala oats. Speaking of ingredients like mustard seeds and curry leaves, he said in the video: “That smells amazing… this is Indian cooking made easy for your son and daughter from me and my son… only took 10 minutes for a very healthy and tasty dish.” While Madhuri appeared in the kitchen and asked ‘what are you cooking boys’, Dr Nene and Arin let her taste their dish. She then gave her son a side hug and said, “He did a good job.” Madhuri also said that the dish was great and just needed some salt to make it perfect.
Along with their cooking video, Dr. Nene wrote on Instagram, “Masala oats, 10 minutes to the ultimate comfort food! Teaching Arin how to cook and taking a piece of home to college…” Commenting on their video, one Instagram user wrote: “Son is well brought up.” One comment also read: “Great parents. Everyone should learn how to cook, it’s a basic survival skill.” A fan of Madhuri Dixit was happy to see her in the clip, writing, “Omg (Oh my God). Is that Madhuri at the end?” One user also commented, “I need the recipe please. It looks delicious yum.”
In 2021, Madhuri’s eldest son Arin had left for the US. In July 2021, Madhuri had spoken about Arin going to college saying, “I can’t believe it’s that time of year when my eldest son has finished school and is now starting his university. And my baby flies out of the nest as they say. I just can’t believe how the years have gone, he is already 18. He will be alone in a college and I am as worried as any mother about how he is going to live an independent life. Because in India, when we grow up, we are so protected – we live with our parents, everything is done for the child. Whether cooking or washing up, everything is taken care of. Now he is on his own and that worries me very much.”