Kratika Sengar Dheer and Nikitin Dheer welcome baby girl

Actors Kratika Sengar Dheer and Nikitin Dheer welcomed their first child – a girl on Thursday. The news was confirmed by the actors’ spokesperson in a statement.

On Thursday, the actor couple Nikitin Dheer and Kratika Sengar Dheer welcomed their first child, a girl. The news was confirmed by the couple’s spokesperson in a statement released to the media, according to a report from the news agency PTI. The couple, who tied the sack in 2014, had announced Kratika’s pregnancy in November 2021. Also read: Kratika Sengar Dheer says that trolls accuse her of lying about her pregnancy, think she has a surrogate

“To all their well-wishers, Nikitin Dheer and Kratika Beds Dheer has been blessed with a girl this morning. I wish the little angel and the new parents in town all the best,” it said in a statement from their spokesperson. The couple had an arranged marriage in 2014, which was arranged by Nikitin’s father, the veteran actor Pankaj Dheer.

In November, in a conversation with ETimes, Kratika had confirmed her pregnancy and said: “Nikitin is on a cloud and I do not even know the number! He is very excited about becoming a father and I feel extremely blessed and grateful that I will soon will be a mother. ” Nikitin had talked to the Bombay Times about preparing their house for their first child. “My mother and Kratika have done a great job of making up the baby’s room. “I would say that my child is really lucky kyunki hammer time mein toh yeh sahooliyatein nahi thi (these luxuries did not exist in our time)”, he said.

Nikitin made his Bollywood debut with Jodhaa Akbar and is known for appearing in films such as Sooryavanshi, Chennai Express and Shershaah. He was last seen on screen in last year’s Salman Khan star Antim: The Final Truth.

Kratika has appeared in several TV shows, starting with Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi and will star in several other popular titles such as Kasautii Zindagii Kay and Kasam Tere Pyaar Ki. She had a cameo in Choti Sarrdaarni 2021.

(With PTI inputs)

Close story

Leave a Comment