Anupamaa Actress Rupali Ganguly Opens Up About Pregnancy Complications; Reveals She Had Thyroid Issues And Calls Her Son A 'Miracle'

Rupali Ganguly, who is currently winning hearts with her performance in Anupamaa, revealed that her health issues created pregnancy complications. She called her son 'Rudransh' a miracle. Read on!

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Anupamaa Actress Rupali Ganguly Opens Up About Pregnancy Complications; Reveals She Had Thyroid Issues And Calls Her Son A 'Miracle'
Rupali Ganguly is one of the most loved stars in the TV industry. She currently stars in the hit show 'Anupamaa', which is known to top the TRP list. The actress was recently in the news after she tested positive for the novel coronavirus and was in quarantine. Just a few days ago, Rupali tested recovered and tested negative. Recently, in an interview with RJ Siddharth Kannan, she opened up about many things. Rupali Ganguly talked about facing pregnancy complications due to health issues.

She said, "I had major thyroid issues, so your fertility count goes down. There were issues and I did consult a lot of doctors. My son is no less than a miracle for me." The actress, who is super active on social media, often treats fans and followers with adorable photos of her son.

During the interview, she also revealed that she always wanted to settle down in life and have a kid. She said, "Mera ambition tha shaadi karna aur baccha paida karna. Yeh mera ambition tha life ka and finally, I was getting to be a mother and after a lot of issues, like 'nahi ho sakta'... Having a child was difficult." She further added that post her child's birth, she was content with life and did not miss acting while taking care of her son.

Rupali is currently doing a phenomenal job in Anupamaa. She previously won hearts as Dr. Simran Chopra in Sanjivani and as Monisha Sarabhai in Sarabhai VS Sarabhai.




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