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Daughter Of Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap Aaliyah Talks About Her First Kiss When She Was 14

Aaliyah Kashyap, daughter of the famous director and producer Anurag Kashyap, recalled her first various ‘first times’ in a video shared by Avanti Nagral on YouTube.

The video also featured Aaliyah’s boyfriend Shane Gregoire with her.

What Are The Various ‘Firsts’ Of Aaliyah?

In the video, Aaliyah Kashyap talks about her ‘firsts’-

– from the first app she opens in the morning – Instagram to;

– her first swear word which she used – bewakoof, meaning stupid

– she also talked about her first kiss at the age of 14,

‘I Was 14 And It Was The Worst Thing Ever’

Aaliyah recalls how she ‘ran away’ afterwards. “I was 14 years old and it was the worst thing that ever happened to me. It was Because of me. Like, I just ran away because I was so embarrassed and shy. I left him and ran away,” she recalls.

Speaking about her first concert, Aaliyah recalled herself of dragging her father Anurag Kashyap’s then-wife, Kalki Koechlin, to a Pitbull music concert.

“I was really young and I had gone with my dad’s wife at the time, Kalki, and I forced her. Poor woman had to sit there while I was dancing to Pitbull music and she was miserable,” she said.

Aaliyah’s First Date

Aaliyah Kashyap also opened up about her first date in her life. She was apparently just a teenager.

She said: “It was my first boyfriend and I was like, 13. I remember my best friend at the time was also dating my boyfriend’s best friend. So, we decided to do a double date at Starbucks. So we had talking points, and we went there, and the whole time it was just me and my best friend talking and those two guys talking. And two of our friends wore black hoodies and came to stalk our date,” she recalled.

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