Bollywood Couple Bipasha Basu & Karan Singh Grover To Welcome Their First Child

Bollywood Couple Bipasha Basu & Karan Singh Grover To Welcome Their First Child

1 Aug 2022 | 2 min Read

Sayani Basu

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Bollywood couple Bipasha Basu and Karan Singh Grover are ready to embrace parenthood. The duo met on the sets of Bhushan Patel’s 2015 horror film, Alone where they fell in love. They tied the knot in April 2016, and have since been setting some major couple goals.

The Creature 3D actress Bipasha Basu and Dill Mill Gayye heartthrob, Karan Singh Grover, are all set to welcome their first child after six years of marriage. Read on to know more.

Bipasha Basu and Karan Singh Grover Join The Celeb-Parents-To-Be Bandwagon

Bipasha Basu is in her third month of pregnancy and will be welcoming her baby by the end of the year.

Earlier, there were rumours about her pregnancy as her fans spotted her baby bump in some of the photos from an Eid party.

Last year, in a radio interview, Karan said, “I am open to the idea of being a father in life but sooner or later. I think I still have a little growing up to do by myself. That is happening very slowly, so let’s see.”

Plus, a source close to the Bollywood couple confirmed that the two are in a happy space, and are excited to become parents.

The duo was recently spotted for a dinner date in town. The actress was seen wearing a loose-fitting summer dress and fans got reason to believe that the actress was pregnant.

While rumours about Bipasha’s pregnancy were rife In March this year, the couple chose to not comment on the matter. The duo are yet to make an official announcement about the pregnancy but sources say they’re going to do it pretty soon and fans cannot wait! We wish them all the best.

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