Is Sonam Kapoor Ahuja Really Pregnant? Here's The Truth

A video of Sonam Kapoor wearing loose clothes had got fans speculating that she is pregnant. However, this guess of her fans is not true and she is not expecting her first child by hubby Anand Ahuja

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Is Sonam Kapoor Ahuja Really Pregnant? Here's The Truth
Ever since Sonam Kapoor tied the knot with Anand Ahuja, fans have been speculating about her pregnancy. Often rumours have made it to the headlines that Prem Ratan Dhan Payo actress is pregnant and is soon to embrace motherhood. Just yesterday, a video of her talking to her mother-in-law from the window had got her fans to speculate about her pregnancy. In the video, Sonam was seen sporting comfortable clothing, loose top and pajamas and that got all her fans to spot her baby bump. However, all of these speculations are fake.

In a statement, a source said, "The rumours of Sonam's pregnancy are false and baseless." Well, then, we guess we will have to wait for a little longer to catch gorgeous pictures of Sonam Kapoor with her baby bump. Talking about the video in question, it had Sonam talking to her mother-in-law from the window. The lady and her husband are observing self-quarantine amidst coronavirus scare as they recently returned from London.


On the other hand, Sonam is making the best use of her social media power to spread awareness about the problem at hand and is requesting fans to act responsibly. Staying indoors and observing social distancing is the need of the hour.


 
Not just Sonam, many other celebs like Kareena Kapoor Khan, Malaika Arora, Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh, Anushka Sharma, Arjun Kapoor, Janhvi Kapoor, and others have gone into self-isolation. The industry has anyway come to a standstill due to the shutdown of the production house.

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