From beating all the odds to breaking stereotypes, the couple married each other in a cosy ceremony and showed trolls that their 26 years age gap is nothing when there is love. The celebrity couple is known for posting adorable pictures on their social media handle.

Recently, Milind took to his official Instagram handle to do the same. On Wednesday, he posted a cute video of him and his lady love Ankita dancing.
In the video, it can be seen that Ankita is teaching a few steps of the traditional folk dance of Assam to his husband.

Getting emotional, Milind penned a heartfelt note alongside the video and images. He wrote, “When I thought of creating a running event for women in 2011, it was only because as a runner I saw very few women at running events and wondered if it would be different if there was a run exclusively for them. This month, after 50 editions of what is now India’s biggest women’s run, over the last 8 years, I have discovered just how different it would be ! Women took to Pinkathon in a big way right from the start. The participants have transformed the run into a community and a social movement with thousands of women inspiring each other by example. Nobody is left behind. Not the very young or even the very old, not pregnant women, not the women in hijabs and sarees, not the women with young babies, not the visually impaired or the cancer survivors. They all came together making each edition in every city a festival like no other. Dancing and singing, walking and running, cheering and laughing in a fantastic celebration of womanhood. With every year the community and its needs have gotten bigger. More events and experiences have been added to motivate and engage, like the 100 days of Pinkathon and the Pinkathon 100k, Indias biggest women’s ultra marathon. Pinkathon day was celebrated for the second time this year, in several countries across the world, in 176 locations and with 25000 people participating. The Spirit of Pinkathon, a 150km run between cities, is all about self belief, and after their first couple of years at Pinkathon, hundreds of women have started to train for it. We hear more and more stories of lives that have changed for the better, diseases of mind and body that have been conquered. It is a matter of pride for the entire community. Like the women of Pinkathon themselves, Pinkathon has become unstoppable, and limitless. 50th edition of Pinkathon was celebrated last Sunday in Guwahati and it was a beautiful moment, as all the moments have been for the last 8 years. Where do we go from here ? As big as it seems, Pinkathon is still a small step towards a healthier and fitter society driven by women. There is a long way to go. But change is coming, the women of Pinkathon are awake, and they will not stop. It is time. #Pinkathon50 (sic).”

 

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#TryingBihu😊 When I thought of creating a running event for women in 2011, it was only because as a runner I saw very few women at running events and wondered if it would be different if there was a run exclusively for them. This month, after 50 editions of what is now Indias biggest women’s run, over the last 8 years, I have discovered just how different it would be ! Women took to Pinkathon in a big way right from the start. The participants have transformed the run into a community and a social movement with thousands of women inspiring each other by example. Nobody is left behind. Not the very young or even the very old, not pregnant women, not the women in hijabs and sarees, not the women with young babies, not the visually impaired or the cancer survivors. They all came together making each edition in every city a festival like no other. Dancing and singing, walking and running, cheering and laughing in a fantastic celebration of womanhood. With every year the community and its needs have gotten bigger. More events and experiences have been added to motivate and engage, like the 100 days of Pinkathon and the Pinkathon 100k, Indias biggest women’s ultra marathon. Pinkathon day was celebrated for the second time this year, in several countries across the world, in 176 locations and with 25000 people participating. The Spirit of Pinkathon, a 150km run between cities, is all about self belief, and after their first couple of years at Pinkathon, hundreds of women have started to train for it. We hear more and more stories of lives that have changed for the better, diseases of mind and body that have been conquered. It is a matter of pride for the entire community. Like the women of Pinkathon themselves, Pinkathon has become unstoppable, and limitless. 50th edition of Pinkathon was celebrated last Sunday in Guwahati and it was a beautiful moment, as all the moments have been for the last 8 years. Where do we go from here ? As big as it seems, Pinkathon is still a small step towards a healthier and fitter society driven by women. There is a long way to go. But change is coming, the women of Pinkathon are awake, and they will not stop. It is time. #Pinkathon50

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Meanwhile, Ankita also shared a video and pictures on Instagram as she did the Bihu dance with her husband during an event in Guwahati.

Dressed in traditional Assamese attire, Ankita can be seen dancing gracefully on the stage as Milind tried to match her steps. Milind was casually dressed in a tee and pants.

Alongside the video, she wrote, “The time when @milindrunning tried #bihu,” Ankita said in her caption. So cute! (sic).”

 

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The time when @milindrunning tried #bihu 😍 . . #axomiya #pinkathon #guwahati #mekhelasador #bihudance #wednesdayvibes

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The internet loved the video and cheered for the couple in the comments section. Milind Soman has appeared in the films Bajirao Mastani and Rules: Pyaar Ka Superhit Formula.