Bharti Singh promises to welcome baby with Haarsh Limbachiyaa in 2021 on ‘India’s Best Dancer’
Bharti Singh made a promise on the reality show 'India's Best Dancer' that she will welcome her first baby in 2021 with Haarsh Limbachiyaa
Comedian Bharti Singh and her husband Haarsh Limbachiyaa have finally decided to extend their family. On the reality show of Sony TV’s India’s Best Dancer, she promised on national television that she will welcome her first baby in 2021. Currently, she is hosting the show with her husband.
In one of the ‘Romance Special’ episodes of India’s Best Dancer, wherein the choreographer-director Farah Khan had come as a special guest judge and joined Geeta Kapur, Terence Lewis, and Malaika Arora. During the episode, Geeta tells Bharti that the audience has always seen Haarsh being romantic, but, she has never her reciprocate in a similar way. She asks Bharti don’t you feel like doing something romantic for him?
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I love u both ❤️ to no end….this episode was again the best episode of IBD for all the bhaarshians….thank u so much @sonytvofficial #indiasbestdancer for maing this possible….I pray to god that may he bless u with lots of love and a cute little baby girl in 2021😍😍💕❤️💕😘😘😘😘😘 @bharti.laughterqueen @haarshlimbachiyaa30 #bhartisingh #haarshlimbachiyaa #bhaarshkimohabbatein #bhaarshian #bhaarsh
To which, Bharti had the sweetest response and said, “Ever since I’ve gained sense and truly understood love, Haarsh has been synonymous with romance and love. I start my day by looking at my God (husband Haarsh). I can’t think of my life without Haarsh even for a second.”
The comedian was holding a dummy baby in her arms and made the announcement on the national television and said, “But, I have to make one announcement on a national TV.” Holding a dummy baby in her hands, she said, “This is a promise on the national TV. This baby is fake in 2020, but this will become a real baby in 2021.” Later, the duo performed a romantic dance, Bharti also expressed that she wishes her first child would be a daughter.