Shreya Ghoshal Welcomes A Baby Boy With Husband Shiladitya; Calls It 'An Emotion Never Felt Before'

Singer Shreya Ghoshal and her husband Shiladitya welcomed their first child, a baby boy, on Saturday afternoon. Read on!

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Shreya Ghoshal Welcomes A Baby Boy With Husband Shiladitya; Calls It 'An Emotion Never Felt Before'
Good news! Singer Shreya Ghoshal and her husband Shiladitya M welcomed their first child, a baby boy, on Saturday afternoon. The singer took to her Instagram to share the happy news with her fans and well-wishers. Shreya called it an emotion never felt before and thanked everyone for their countless blessings.

Taking to Instagram, Shreya wrote, 'God has blessed us with a precious baby boy this afternoon. It's an emotion never felt before. @shiladitya and I along with our families are absolutely overjoyed. Thank you for your countless blessings for our little bundle of joy.' Fans and followers of the singer congratulated her on the good news. Raj Pandit wrote, 'Yayyy congratulationsss! Wish you all love and good health! (heart emoticons) @shiladitya.' 

Neeti Mohan wrote, 'Many many congratulations. This is such a wonderful news. Hope you and the baby are doing well. Lots of love and congratulations from the Mohan & Pandya family @shreyaghoshal @shiladitya @soumghoshal Nana Nani Dada Dadi.' Sophie Choudry wrote, 'Huge huge congrats my dearest @shreyaghoshal & @shiladitya.. May God bless him with the best of health and happiness always. Tons of love to you all.' Jonita Gandhi, Shekhar Ravijiani among others congratulated the couple.

In March, Shreya Ghoshal announced her pregnancy with a picture of herself cradling her baby bump. "Baby #Shreyaditya is on its way! @shiladitya and me are thrilled to share this news with you all. Need all your love and blessings as we prepare ourselves for this new chapter in our lives,' she wrote.





Image Source:Instagram/ShreyaGhoshal
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