Designer-actress Masaba Gupta revealed in her INSTA Stories, her greatest regret in life. The ace designer taking to INSTA Stories, shared footage of her biological father West Indies cricketer Vivian Richards playing against India during the 1983 World Cup Tournament. Following this footage, she shared how she never got the opportunity to watch this specific cricket match; further adding that she was born six years after this most talked about World Cup tournament took place. Back in 1983, the Indian cricket team lifted the trophy by defeating West Indies by 43 runs.
The caption of Masaba’s INSTA Stories read, “My greatest regret in life is not ever watching my dad play in a stadium--I was way too young. I always say I was born 6 years too late. I didn't get to watch this iconic match-with my dad on one side and my country on the other.” Further, she expressed being excited to watch ‘ 83 in theatres as it also has her mother Neena Gupta. Ending her note by wishing the movie team loads of luck.
Her INSTA Stories read, “#83thefilm trailer is giving me goosebumps and I cannot wait to return to the theatre to watch it so amazing that my mum is a part of it too-it's like coming full circle @neenagupta All the best @kabirkhankk @deepikapadukone @ranveersingh and everyone else who put their heart into it (red heart emoji).” Take a look at Masaba Gupta’s INSTA Stories below-
On the work front, a few months ago the designer confirmed shooting the second season of her web series, Masaba Masaba. ALSO READ: Masaba Masaba Season 2: Masaba Gupta Announces A Wrap; Calls It 42 Days Of Laughs, Tears, Anxieties, And Pure Happiness
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