Television star, Karan Patel has taken to social media in an innovative way to confirm reports that he and his wife Ankita Bhargava are expecting their first baby later this year. The television star did it in the way of a Bolly film poster! The picture looks like a poster of a movie, and their excited friends are showering congratulations to the couple.
In the photo, Ankita is busy on the phone while Karan holds shopping bags behind her. "Yeh Diwali Baby Wali", reads the big title in bold letters. 'Produced by Patels in association with Bharagavas, ' says the amusing tagline. "He also added tags like "#ConnotWait", "#Excited", "#Blessed" and "#MomAndDaddaSoon".
Ankita too shared the same picture with the caption, "Thanku All for the Love, Support, Prayers and Positive Energy that U all have consistently backed us up with...."
In an earlier interview with indianexpress.com, Ankita had spoken about extending her family soon. "Our very own Diwali Dhamaka 2018 coming soon", wrote Ankita.
Karan got married to Ankita in May 2015. After this official announcement, other TV celebs have gone insane over this good news.
After having seen the way they chose to announce it, we can not even complain about the delay.
Talking exclusively to BT a few days ago, Karan had said, "It's sinking in slowly, and I am ecstatic". It's a lovely phase for her as she will graduate from a wife to a mother.
Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput had also chosen the same platform to announce the arrival of their second child.
Karan Patel shared the happy news in the most creative way possible.
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