Bharti Singh, Who Is Afraid Of Injections, Gets Inked For Hubby Haarsh Limbachiyaa – PICTURE

Aww! Haarsh Limbachiyaa gets the best gift ever from his wife Bharti Singh. The comedian got his name inked on her arms, despite being scared of needles

1137 Reads |  

Bharti Singh, Who Is Afraid Of Injections, Gets Inked For Hubby Haarsh Limbachiyaa – PICTURE
Popular comedian Bharti Singh has always been in the news for all her hilarious antics, as well as her love saga with hubby Haarsh Limbachiyaa. The duo, who got married in the year 2017 after years of dating, often shells out some major couple goals with their never-ending PDA. Right from vacationing amid some exotic locales to celebrating all the major festivals with utmost zeal; Bharti and Haarsh have been inseparable. Recently, Haarsh took to his social media and revealed the best gift ever that he received from Bharti.

In his post, Haarsh shared a picture of the comedian flaunting her freshly-inked arm that has Harsh’s name written, along with a branch that connects two birds in love. We could also spot an adorable, red heart at Haarsh’s end. In his caption, the writer revealed that despite being scared of injections, Bharti got tattooed for him. Haarsh also called it the best gift ever. “What a gift, she can’t even take injections and she did it for me. This is the best gift from my love, thank you so much for lovely tattoo,” read the post.

Check out the post below:


Only recently, Bharti Singh, along with Farah Khan and Raveena Tandon, was booked for allegedly hurting the religious sentiments of a Christian community. It all happened after the trio used the term ‘Hallelujah’ during their show. This hadn’t gone down well with the community and a police complaint under Section 295-A IPC was registered. However, the trio soon issued apologies for unintentionally hurting the religious sentiments. 

image source: instagram/haarshlimbachiyaa30
They say the best things in life are free! India’s favourite music channels 9XM, 9X Jalwa, 9X Jhakaas, 9X Tashan, 9XO are available Free-To-Air.  Make a request for these channels from your Cable, DTH or HITS operator.