Kim Sharma and Leander Paes dish out major couple goals in latest fitness video –

Kim Sharma and Leander Paes have grabbed headlines almost regularly ever since they got into a relationship and have been vocal about their new chapter in life. Fans keep gushing about this adorable couple every time the couple shares a photo or video online.

Kim Sharma’s latest Instagram entry is a motivational post for every fitness enthusiast. In the video, Kim works out with her boyfriend, Indian tennis legend Leander. The actress and her beau can be seen exercising in perfect synchrony, performing a series of complex moves. Sharing the fitness video, Kim wrote, “Ending Friday with some serious endorphins,” and added the hashtag “Pilates girl”.

A few weeks ago Kim Sharma and Leander Paes celebrated the first anniversary of their relationship. The celebrity couple couldn’t keep calm as they wrote heartwarming notes to celebrate the day.

Sharing a beautiful set of pictures, Kim wrote, “Happy anniversary, Charles. 365 days. Endless moments of happiness and learning. Thank you for being mine. Love you to bits – Mich.” The pictures were all things cute as fans showered love on them. And, sharing another set of love-struck pictures Leander Paes wrote. “Happy anniversary, Mich. Thank you for 365 days of memories and for riding through life’s learnings together every day. You had me at hello.”

Kim and Leander have always made it a point to celebrate special occasions in the cutest way possible dishing out some major relationship goals.

On the work front, Kim Sharma last appeared in Sushmita Sen‘s 2016 film ‘Zindaggi Rocks’. She had made her Bollywood debut with the 2000 film ‘Mohabbatein’. Kim also made a guest appearance in SS Rajamouli‘s ‘Magadheera’, which had Ram Charan in the lead.

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