It's a boy for Bharti Singh and Haarsh Limbachiyaa. The couple became parents to a baby boy. Haarsh shared the good news with fans on Instagram. The comedian shared a picture of himself and Bharti. The couple is dressed in white outfits while the decor is blue. Sharing the photo, he wrote, "It's a boy" followed by a red heart emoji.
As soon as the news was shared, several celebrities congratulated the new parents. Sayantani Ghosh dropped a comment saying, "Congrats and God bless." Jay Bhanushali commented, "Congratulations." Anita Hassanandani wrote, "Yaaayyy Congratulations." "Congratulations God bless you and the baby," wrote Devoleena Bhattacharjee. Arjun Bijlani, Mahhi Vij, Jasmin Bhasin, Karan Johar and others too congratulated the couple.
Haarsh and Bharti's fans showered love on the couple. Fans dropped heart emojis on the post. ALSO READ:Hunarbaaz: Karan Johar- Parineeti Chopra Suggest Baby Names To Bharti Singh, Filmmaker Jokes He's Scared Her ‘Baby Will Be Born On The Sets’
A couple of days ago, it was reported that Bharti and Haarsh have welcomed a baby girl. However, Bharti refuted the rumours. In an Instagram live session, Bharti clarified, "I have been receiving messages and calls from loved ones congratulating me. There's news that I have welcomed a baby girl. But it's not true. I am on the sets of Khatra Khatra. There was a break for 15-20 minutes. So I decided to come live and clarify that I am still working."
For the uninitiated, during her pregnancy, Bharti was working hard and inspiring all the moms-to-be. Nikki Tamboli, who is also a part of The Khatra Khatra Show, had called Bharti an inspiration.
Earlier, in an interview with Bombay Times, Bharti had said that she wants to work during pregnancy. She was quoted saying, "I want to work till the ninth month of my pregnancy. Hamaara bachcha bhi hamaari mehnat mehsoos kar raha hai and I hope the child grows up to become as hard-working as us. I hope and pray that bachcha apne papa ki tarah mehnati nikle. Haarsh has started putting more hours into work. We want to do as much work as possible before the baby is born so that we get ample time to spend with our bundle of joy."